# CC.ME.3.1 Multiplier Effect Climate Change Reducing CO2 Multimedia Kiosk Scripts & Data ID American Museum of Natural History - 2008.

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CC.ME.3.1 Multiplier Effect Climate Change Reducing CO2 Multimedia Kiosk Scripts & Data ID American Museum of Natural History - 2008

CC.ME.3.1 Multiplier Effect Cars: Start

CC.ME.3.1 Multiplier Effect Cars: Vehicle 2008 Smart for two coupe(http://www.fueleconomy.gov/feg/findacar.htm) 36 mpg = 58 km/3.8 l = 15.2 l 2009 Toyota Corolla (http://www.fueleconomy.gov/feg/findacar.htm) 30 mpg = 48 km/3.8 liters = 12.6 km/l 2009 Chrysler Town and Country (http://www.fueleconomy.gov/feg/findacar.htm) 20 mpg = 32 km/3.8 liters = 8.2 km/l 2009 Chevy Avalanche 1500 2wd (http://www.fueleconomy.gov/feg/findacar.htm) 16 mpg = 26 km/3.8 liters = 6.8 km/l 2009 honda civic hybrid (http://www.fueleconomy.gov/feg/findacar.htm) 42 mpg = 68 km/3.8 liters If the venue decides to replace the types of cars, based on local markets, the venue will need to replace with local values. http://www.fueleconomy.gov/feg/findacar.htm

CC.ME.3.1 Multiplier Effect Cars: Daily Drive US Average to be replaced by new countries averages.

CC.ME.3.1 Multiplier Effect Cars: CO2 Emissions

CC.ME.3.1 Multiplier Effect Cars: CO2 Emissions

CC.ME.3.1 Multiplier Effect Cars: Reduce This appears when the user clicks ‘choose’

CC.ME.3.1 Multiplier Effect Cars: Impact To be replaced by local values

CC.ME.3.1 Multiplier Effect Cars: Solution

CC.ME.3.1 Multiplier Effect Bulbs: Start Based on U.S. Averages, calculated according to local sources of electricity.

CC.ME.3.1 Multiplier Effect Bulbs: Light Bulbs To be translated to local values

CC.ME.3.1 Multiplier Effect Bulbs: CO2 Emissions

CC.ME.3.1 Multiplier Effect Bulbs: Reduce This appears when the user clicks ‘choose’

CC.ME.3.1 Multiplier Effect Bulbs: Impact To be replaced by local values

CC.ME.3.1 Multiplier Effect Bulbs: Solution 1.71 lb CO2 is the standard we used throughout this section, based on EPA information for the US.

CC.ME.3.1 Multiplier Effect Trees: Start Information from Kelaine Vargas, USDA: "In North America, the average tree absorbs 66 kg of CO2 per year from the atmosphere. This is the number we used in the Urban Forest Greenhouse Gas Reporting Protocol. It's based on random samples of urban trees from 18 cities across the United States. In each city, we measured a total of 800-1000 trees representing the most common species. The value of 66 kg incorporates big trees and little ones, fast-growing ones and slow growing ones, across all kinds of conditions and trees in all kinds of health.” If the venue decides to translate this data, this information will need to be researched in each venue to represent the values d CO2 absorption of local forests.

CC.ME.3.1 Multiplier Effect Trees: Plant This appears when the user clicks ‘choose’

CC.ME.3.1 Multiplier Effect Trees: CO2 Emissions

CC.ME.3.1 Multiplier Effect Trees: Impact To be replaced by local values

CC.ME.3.1 Multiplier Effect Trees: Solution

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