Environmental Issues in Europe
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  • Question 1
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    One natural cause of Germany's acid rain problem is

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    People haven't completely stopped driving cars.

    Air currents spread the toxins from other countries in Europe.

    People continue to litter.

    Solar and wind power sources are not being used.

  • Question 2
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    One effect of the acid rain problem in Germany is

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    cleaned and restored statues and buildings

    more automobile manufacturing factories have been built

    weakened and diseased trees and plants

    cleaner fossil fuels and water sources

  • Question 3
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    Which are causes of acid rain?

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    coal burning factories

    solar power sources

    farms and forests

    wind turbines blowing poison gases

  • Question 4
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    Which would be a good solution for the acid rain problem even though it might be challenging?

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    increasing the use of hydroelectricity, wind and solar power

    opening newer coal burning plants

    getting other countries to reduce burning fossil fuels

    passing laws to reduce emissions

  • Question 5
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    What is the main contributor to air pollution in the UK today?

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    automobile emissions

    nuclear energy

    human health hazards

    coal burning fires

  • Question 6
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    After the Great London Smog,

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    fossil fuels were completely banned

    there was a nuclear explosion in London

    King Edward banned fires

    smokeless zones were created

  • Question 7
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    UK's solutions to air pollution include

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    laws requiring bicycles instead of cars

    monitoring air quality

    allowing factories to produce what they choose

    making it illegal to use fuels in vehicles

  • Question 8
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    Which action has most helped reduce air pollution?

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    people walking instead of driving

    vehicle emissions have been linked to disease like asthma

    acid rain has begun in other countries

    replacing coal with cleaner fuels

  • Question 9
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    What was one effect of the Chernobyl nuclear explosion?

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    Nuclear power plants everywhere were closed.

    Drinking water was contaminated.

    People got sick but not animals.

    Air pollution began to improve.

  • Question 10
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    Why were other countries besides Ukraine (USSR) concerned about the nuclear disaster?

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    Chernobyl had to shut down, so other plants shut down as well.

    Nuclear power became much more expensive.

    They did not have ways to help the people who evacuated.

    The radioactive material spread to other countries.

  • Question 11
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    What did the government do to try to help the nuclear problem in Chernobyl?

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    They didn't do anything because there was no solution at all.

    They all agreed to stop using nuclear power.

    They buried the reactor and materials in concrete.

    They moved the reactors to the exclusion zone.

  • Question 12
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    What is an ongoing argument about nuclear power?

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    How to decrease air pollution and acid rain

    How to get rid of the nuclear waste material

    Where to get more fossil fuels to run the nuclear plants

    How to save the trees

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