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Definitions Ecological Footprints Sustainability Energy Sources Energy Source Descriptions
100
What is ecology?
This science studies how organisms interact with each other and their environment.
100
What is answers vary? walk, recycle, eat local etc.
Name 2 ways an individual could reduce their ecological footprint.
100
What is true? It depends on each person's values.
True or False- a product's sustainability may be different to each person.
100
What are fossil fuels?
Non-renewable resources made from ancient organisms such as coal, oil and gas are called this.
100
What is Solar?
Uses the Sunlight to create power.
200
What is environmental science?
This science studies how humans impact the environment.
200
What is developed?
A person in a developed or undeveloped nation will have a larger ecological footprint.
200
What are economic, ecologic (enviro) and social components?
Name the 3 components of sustainability.
200
What is: -limited amount, -damages enviro to get?
Name 1 problem with fossil fuels.
200
What is nuclear?
Storing the radioactive waste and the cost of building the plants are two disadvantages of this energy source.
300
What is sustainability?
Meeting the current needs of a group without impacting the ability of future groups to meet their needs is called this.
300
What is more money, access to goods & services?
Name 1 reason a person living in the US will have a larger footprint than a person living in Zaire.
300
What is economic?
Deciding if you can afford a product is an example of this sustainability component.
300
What is an energy source which can regenerate or does not go away?
Define: renewable energy resource and provide an example.
300
What is biomass?
Burning animal waste is an example of this.
400
What is ecological footprint
The area of land and sea required to produce the goods and services to support a person or populations lifestyle is called this.
400
What are O2, food, water, fiber, energy, infrastructure, waste disposal, recreation.
Name 2 components an of ecological footprint.
400
What is ecological?
Refusing to buy a thneed because it's production causes pollution represents ecological component.
400
What is non-renewable?
Renewable or non-renewable: Coal power
400
What is geothermal?
Using the heat form the earth to produce power.
500
What is ecological overshoot?
Using resources faster than the earth can reproduce them is called this.
500
What is food, shelter, clothing, clean air & water?
Name the 5 basic needs all humans share.
500
What is social?
Avoiding a product because it's made with child workers is this component.
500
What is renewable?
Renewable or non-renewable: Hydroelectric
500
What is hydroelectric?
One drawback to this type of energy is the damage done to rivers which are changed when dams are placed.




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