Q&A: Which of the following is not an environmental consequence of using fossil fuels?
Question by Dina: Which of the following is not an environmental consequence of utilizing fossil fuels?
Which of the following is not an environmental consequence of using fossil fuels?
A. A throughout the world infrastructure extracts, processes, and transports fossil fuels.
B. Wildlife habits can be disturbed when fossil fuels are extracted.
C. Chemical byproducts from burning fossil fuels can trigger air pollution.
D. Burning fossil fuels can release greenhouse gases into the environment, which contribute to worldwide warming.
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