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What action lets you affect all levels of government
a) voting
b) recycling
c) joining non profit association
d) signing a petetion

Envionmental impact statements
a) specify ways to minimize effects of projects
b) cannot be seen by public
c) cannot be challenged in court
d) are unbiased

Which level of government do lobbyists usually focus on
a) federal
b) state
c) local
d) no answer is correct

Why has concern for sustainability increased
a) people are using more resources
b) the popualation is shrinking
c) people are less educated
d) all of the answers are correct

Which would not be represent a government incentive
a) eliminating green initatives
b) tax break on actions that have benefit
c) reward for actions that benefit society
d) all of the answers are correct

Agenda 21 tried to balance
a) economic and environmental concerns
b) local and state laws
c) voting rights and taxes
d) animal rights and benefit

A condition in which humans can survive indefinitely as their needs are being met
a) sustainability
b) economics
c) globalization
d) environmental awareness

In this group scientists volunteer and do not carry out own research
a) IPCC
b) NSA
c) MARPOL
d) NSWR

This place has no native population and serves as a research area
a) Anarctic
b) Iceland
c) Australia
d) Poland

He studied the sea and started an environmental protection foundation.
a) Jacque Cousteau
b) John Muir
c) Roosevelt
d) Henry Sam

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