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Fossil Fuel Review BLS Environmental Science. Energy Comparison Statistics show that less developed countries use far less energy per capita than developed.

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1 Fossil Fuel Review BLS Environmental Science

2 Energy Comparison Statistics show that less developed countries use far less energy per capita than developed countries. Explain why this is so. Please be specific and cite examples.

3 Gasoline in 10 years?... Between 1980 and 1999, gasoline prices in the United States declined considerably relative to inflation, and then rose dramatically in the 2000s. Predict what they will do in the next 10 years, and rationalize your prediction.

4 Energy Crisis Suppose your region is facing power shortages (brownouts). How would you propose solving the problem? Defend your proposed solution on both economic and environmental grounds.

5 Cradle to the Grave Impacts of Fossil Fuels List all the environmental impacts that occur during the life span of gasolinethat is, from exploratory drilling to the consumption of gasoline in your car.

6 CAFE Requirements Explore the positions of the following regarding an increase in CAFE requirements: the fossil fuel industry, the automobile- manufacturing companies, the steel industry, Congress, the Union of Concerned Scientists, and the National Academy of Sciences. How do they differ, and why? Corporate Average Fuel Economy


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