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JEOPARDY!. Click Once to Begin. A game show template. JEOPARDY!. Earth and History. Energy. Electricity. Environment. Climate Change. We Can Make a Difference. 100. 100. 100. 100. 100. 100. 200. 200. 200. 200. 200. 200. 300. 300. 300. 300. 300. 300. 400. 400. 400.

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jeopardy

JEOPARDY!

Click Once to Begin

A game show template

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JEOPARDY!

Earth and History

Energy

Electricity

Environment

Climate Change

We Can Make a Difference

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Period of rapid industrial growth leading to mass production of goods and materials and increased need for energy

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Period of rapid industrial growth leading to mass production of goods and materials and increased need for energy.

What is the Industrial Revolution?

all the living and non living things such as air soil water plants and animals found on earth

All the living and non-living things, such as air, soil, water, plants, and animals, found on Earth

all the living and non living things such as air soil water plants and animals found on earth1
All the living and non-living things, such as air, soil, water, plants, and animals, found on Earth.

What is the environment?

place where is energy found
Place where is energy found

What is everywhere?

two forms of energy1
Two forms of energy

What are light (radiant), heat (thermal), electrical (electricity), motion, sound, chemical, nuclear, etc.?

type of energy that may be used up someday1
Type of energy that may be used up someday

What is

non-renewable energy?

sunlight wind water plants and more1
Sunlight, wind, water, plants, and more

What are renewable energy sources?

coal oil natural gas and uranium1
Coal, oil, natural gas, and uranium

What are

non-renewable energy sources (or fossil fuels)?

non renewable resource burned to generate most of the electricity in the united states1
Non-renewable resource burned to generate most of the electricity in the United States

What is coal?

uses wind to generate electricity1
Uses wind to generate electricity

What is a wind turbine? (or a windmill)

uses water to generate electricity1
Uses water to generate electricity

What is a dam? (or a hydroelectric plant)

these resources produce energy that is cleaner and better for our environment1
These resources produce energy that is cleaner and better for our environment

What are renewable resources?

effect that causes global warming1
Effect that causes global warming

What is the greenhouse effect?

common greenhouse gas heating the atmosphere1
Common greenhouse gas heating the atmosphere

What is carbon dioxide? (Also, water vapor, methane, nitrous oxide, hydrofluorocarbons, perfluorocarbons, halogenated fluorocarbons, and ozone)

the fossil fuels1
The fossil fuels

What are coal, oil, and natural gas? (may add uranium)

burning these releases greenhouse gases1
Burning these releases greenhouse gases

What is coal, oil, or natural gas? (or, fossil fuels)

flood loss of habitat drought lack of food powerful hurricanes and more could be caused by this

Flood, loss of habitat, drought, lack of food, powerful hurricanes, and more could be caused by this

flood loss of habitat drought lack of food powerful hurricanes and more could be caused by this1
Flood, loss of habitat, drought, lack of food, powerful hurricanes, and more could be caused by this

What is climate change?

use less of this to reduce greenhouse gases in the atmosphere1
Use less of this to reduce greenhouse gases in the atmosphere

What is electricity?

(or, energy)

run these two appliances only when full1
Run these two appliances only when full

What are dishwashers, washing machines, and dryers?

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DOUBLE JEOPARDY!

Initials

Definitions

Energy Efficiency

Hodge Podge

Effects of Wasting Energy

You Can Make Big Changes

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turn off this entertainment device in an empty room1
Turn off this entertainment device in an empty room

What is the TV?

(or, radio, game system, etc.)

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CO2

What is carbon dioxide?

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EPA

What is the Environmental Protection Agency?

the practice of using less energy to do something as well as before or better1
The practice of using less energy to do something as well as before or better

What is energy efficiency?

use these to light up your home more efficiently1
Use these to light up your home more efficiently

What are compact fluorescent light bulbs? (or, CFLs)

recycle these to save energy1
Recycle these to save energy

What is aluminum cans? (or metal cans, newspaper, glass, plastic, etc.)

buy these to live comfortably and save money and energy1
Buy these to live comfortably and save money and energy

What are energy efficient products? (or, energy qualified products, or Energy Star qualified products)

build or buy one of these to save money energy and the environment1
Build or buy one of these to save money, energy, and the environment

What are Energy Star homes? (or, energy efficient homes)

symbol found on energy efficient products homes and buildings1
Symbol found on energy efficient products, homes, and buildings

What is the Energy Star label?

1 900 001
$1,900.00

What is the average yearly energy bill for a typical household?

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More than 6 billion dollars

What is the total yearly energy bill for all the schools in the US?

non renewable resource used to make most of the electricity generated in southern louisiana1
Non-renewable resource used to make most of the electricity generated in southern Louisiana

What is natural gas?

do this to prevent window drafts1
Do this to prevent window drafts

What is caulk or weather strip?

wasting energy pollutes this1
Wasting energy, pollutes this

What is the Earth? (or, our environment)

wasting energy uses up these fuels1
Wasting energy, uses up these fuels

What are fossil fuels? (or, coal, oil, natural gas, and uranium; or the non-renewable energy sources

wasting energy causes a build up of this in the atmosphere1
Wasting energy causes a build up of this in the atmosphere

What are greenhouse gases? (or, carbon dioxide, etc.)

avoid wasting energy by unplugging these when they are not being used1
Avoid wasting energy by unplugging these when they are not being used

What are electronics? (or, phone chargers, appliances, coffee makers, etc.)

close the doors and windows don t let this escape from your house1
Close the doors and windows, don’t let this escape from your house

What is cool or warm air? (or, conditioned air)

percent of consumers that agree or strongly agree that saving energy helps the environment
Percent of consumers that agree or strongly agree that “saving energy helps the environment”
percent of consumers that agree or strongly agree that saving energy helps the environment1
Percent of consumers that agree or strongly agree that “saving energy helps the environment”

What is 95%