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Conservation International estimated that roughly _____% of the habitable area of the planet has been altered by human activities.
a.
13
b.
33
c.
53
d.
73
e.
93




Which of the following choices would make the statement false? Economic growth
a.
provides goods and services for people's final use.
b.
is accomplished by minimizing the flow of matter and energy through an economy.
c.
is encouraged by population growth.
d.
is encouraged by increased consumption per capita.
e.
all of these answers.

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