Team Time Survey

Answer the following questions

Name


A red asterisk (*) indicates required questions.


  1. What percentage of scientists agree that climate change is happening?*
    97%
    3%
    45%
    55%
    none, they can't agree


  1. Carbon dioxide can stay in the atmosphere for*
    24 hours
    24 years
    24 months
    thousands of years
    millions of years


  1. Climate Change will not affect me because it is happening in Greenland not in the United States.*
    Yes
    No


  1. What is Albedo?*


  1. The Earth's climate has been changing in cycles over billions of years and it will change back soon.*
    Yes
    No


  1. People can change the climate.*
    Yes
    No


  1. Burning fossil fuels *
    creates warming due to the realease of Carbon dioxide into the atmosphere.
    relases carbondioxide into the atmosphere, but it is so small that it is goes back into the ground when it rains.
    is good for the economy and does not really hurt the environment.


  1. Which of the following is the most abundant green house gas in the atmosphere?*
    carbon dioxide
    water
    nitrogen
    oxygen


  1. Things that I do can affect people that I do not know.*
    Yes
    No


  1. Climate is affected by (select all that apply)*
    burning of fossil fuels
    earthquakes
    burning wood
    the water cycle
    none of the above


  1. My actions can change the places that I live in.*
    Yes
    No


  1. Scientists say that the sea levels may rise due to:*
    melting glaciers on land due to a warming climate
    more boats in the oceans due to overefishing
    hurricanes
    nothing - they are crazy


  1. Putting more carbon dioxide into the atmosphere*
    is good for plants and the more the better!
    is ok since there is such a small percentage in the atmosphere already.
    does not affect it since it escapes into space.
    creates a warmer atmosphere because carbon dioxide is a greenhouse gas.


  1. What do you know about Climate Change?*


  1. What is the difference between weather and climate?*