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In Section 3, you learned about using green energy and conserving energy. Now, you’ll apply
what you learned.
1. Of the alternative energy sources you learned about in Lesson 1, which one do you think
should be used the most in your area, and why? If the alternative energy source you choose is
already used the most in your area, explain why you think it is used so widely. Talk about any
features of your area that influenced your decision, such as the climate, features of the land, or
other factors. (4-8 sentences. 6.0 points)
2. Of the alternative energy sources you learned about in Lesson 1, which one do you think
should be used the most in the rest of the world, and why? If you think a mix of different
alternative energy sources is the best option, tell which combination of energy sources you think
the world should use and why. Talk about the environmental impact of your choice and why
your choice is better than the other alternatives. (4-8 sentences. 6.0 points)
3. List at least five ways in which you could or already do conserve energy in your daily life.
(Complete sentences are not necessary. 3.0 points)
4. Of the four main benefits of smart grids mentioned in Section 3, which do you think could
have the most positive impact on the environment? Explain why your choice is better than the
others. (2-6 sentences. 4.0 points)
5. Many people debate whether money should be spent on developing clean coal technology or
if it should be spent on developing alternative energy sources instead. If you were allowed to
make a one million dollar donation to either cause, which would you donate it to, and why? If
you would split your donation between the causes, explain why. Explain the improvement to the
environment that you think your donation would help to make. (4-8 sentences. 6.0 points)
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