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case study for crop yield with specific facts

India and predicted they will not be able to use 50% of the land

2

how much waste does marks and spencer recycle?

92%

3

what's marks and spencer scheme called?

plan A

4

what is Tescos aiming to do?

be carbon neutral by 2050

5

since when have Tescos sent 0 waste to landfill?

2010

6

when was the Kyoto protocol signed?

1997

7

when did the Kyoto protocol begin?

2005

8

by 2008 how many counties had signed the Kyoto protocol?

181

9

how many islands does Kiribati consist of?

23

10

how high on average above sea level are the islands of Kiribati?

1m

11

what percentage of glaciers in Antarctica are retreating?

90%

12

since when has the sheldon glacier retreated 2km?

1947

13

in how many years does green peace predict the Great Barrier Reef to be dead by?

30

14

how many times more is stomach cancer likely in oriente Ecuador?

5x more likely

15

how many types of stomach cancer have been found in oriente Ecuador?

8 types

16

how much money has been given for the clean up in oriente Ecuador?

$40 million

17

how many of the 600 waste pits are getting cleaned in oriente Ecuador?

160

18

what organisation was set up to make palm oil extraction sustainable in Papua New Guinea?

round table organisation

19

what is the example for crop yields on effects of climate change

India

20

what is the example for rising sea levels

Kiribati

21

what is the example for retreating glaciers

Shelton glacier

22

what is the example for coral bleaching?

Great Barrier Reef

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case study for crop yield with specific facts

India and predicted they will not be able to use 50% of the land

24

how much waste does marks and spencer recycle?

92%

25

what's marks and spencer scheme called?

plan A

26

what is Tescos aiming to do?

be carbon neutral by 2050

27

since when have Tescos sent 0 waste to landfill?

2010

28

when was the Kyoto protocol signed?

1997

29

when did the Kyoto protocol begin?

2005

30

by 2008 how many counties had signed the Kyoto protocol?

181

31

how many islands does Kiribati consist of?

23

32

how high on average above sea level are the islands of Kiribati?

1m

33

what percentage of glaciers in Antarctica are retreating?

90%

34

since when has the sheldon glacier retreated 2km?

1947

35

in how many years does green peace predict the Great Barrier Reef to be dead by?

30

36

how many times more is stomach cancer likely in oriente Ecuador?

5x more likely

37

how many types of stomach cancer have been found in oriente Ecuador?

8 types

38

how much money has been given for the clean up in oriente Ecuador?

$40 million

39

how many of the 600 waste pits are getting cleaned in oriente Ecuador?

160

40

what organisation was set up to make palm oil extraction sustainable in Papua New Guinea?

round table organisation

41

what is the example for crop yields on effects of climate change

India

42

what is the example for rising sea levels

Kiribati

43

what is the example for retreating glaciers

Shelton glacier

44

what is the example for coral bleaching?

Great Barrier Reef

45

how much is the congestion charge in London?

£11.50

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what hours do the congestion charges apply?

7am-6pm