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How does the government ususally respond to environmental issues?
a) they set strict standards to try to decrease and/or eliminate the problem
b) they set strict standards to try to increase and/or add to the problem
c) they ususally do nothing
d) they only work with local governments to solve the problem

specialization
a) increasing productivity by being really good at making one or more things
b) decreasing productivity by being really good at making one or more things
c) increasing government powers to fulfill limited duties
d) decreasing government powers to fulfill limited duties

radiation caused things to get buried
a) nuclear powerplant explosion
b) acid rain
c) air pollution
d) oil pollution

Great Smog of 1952
a) air pollution
b) acid rain
c) nuclear powerplant explosion
d) deforestation

1/2 Black Forest destroyed
a) acid rain
b) air pollution
c) oil pollution
d) water pollution

United Kingdom
a) air pollution
b) acid rain
c) nuclear powerplant explosion
d) oil pollution

Ukraine
a) nuclear power plant explosion
b) acid rain
c) air pollution
d) deforestation

Germany
a) acid rain
b) nuclear powerplant explosion
c) air pollution
d) clear cutting

If you swim from the United Kingdom to France, which physical feature will you cross?
a) English Channel
b) Rhine River
c) Alps
d) Pacific Ocean

If you fly from south to north, which peninsula will you land on?
a) Scandinavian Peninsula
b) Iberian Peninsula
c) Rhine Peninsula
d) Mediterranean Peninsula

If you are hiking from Switzerland to Italy, which physical feature will you cross?
a) Alps
b) Ural Mountains
c) Andes Mountains
d) Appalacians

Germany
a) Black Forest
b) Great Smog of 1952
c) nuclear powerplant explosion
d) oil pollution

United Kingdom
a) Great Smog of 1952
b) Black Forest
c) nuclear powerplant explosion
d) nuclear black forest explosion

Chernobyl
a) nuclear power plant explosion
b) nuclear acid rain
c) air pollution
d) acid rain

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