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What's Your Global Warming IQ? March 09, 2006 10:30 AM

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How much do you know about global warming?

Take the quiz now!

This is a pivotal year for global warming action.

We'll have much to tell you about our outreach plans in the coming weeks and how you can take part. To get you warmed up take a short quiz to see how much you know about the threats global warming poses. Next week, we'll let you know the average score!

    What is the relationship between the ozone hole and global warming?

    What the heck is zooxanthellae?

To find out - take our 10-question quiz. Then challenge your friends and colleagues.

Each of us who already appreciates the dangers of global warming and is committed to taking action has a special role to play in the coming months. Public education is essential in mobilizing demand for change. Are you ready?

We hope the quiz is both fun and educational. You'll get your results immediately. We'll report back next week with the results for everyone, to see how we did as a community.

Good luck!

- The global warming team at Environmental Defense.

P.S. We'll get you started with the first question: Why care about global warming?

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