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  1. 3. a type of animal or plant that may soon disappear from the world [ɪnˈdeɪndʒədˈspiːʃiz]
  2. 4. a piece of equipment on a roof that collects energy from sunlight in order to heat water and produce electricity,[ˌsəʊləˈpænəl].
  3. 11. harmful material from nuclear plants,[ˌnjuːkliəˈweɪst].
  4. 12. a large container where you can put empty bottles so that the glass can be recycled,[ˈbɒtəl bæŋk].
  5. 14. a way of dealing with a problem,[səˈluːʃən].
  6. 15. physical harm that happens to something,[ˈdæmɪdʒ].
  7. 16. a gas that is produced when animals and people breathe out, and by certain chemical processes,[ˌkaːbən daɪˈɒksaɪd].
  8. 18. some harmful substances that make water, air or land dirty and dangerous; high levels of pollution,[pəˈluːʃən].
  9. 22. the natural world, consisting of land, the seas,the air, plants and animals,[ɪnˈvaɪərənmənt].
  10. 24. energy from the sun that is used to heat water and produce electricity,[ˌsəʊlə ˈpaʊə].
  11. 25. the place where an animal or a plant lives or grows,[ˈhæbɪtæt].
  12. 26. electricity that is produced by water power,[haɪdrəʊɪˌlektrɪkˈpaʊə].
  13. 29. gases that cars give out as waste,[ɪgˈzɔːstfjuːmz].
  14. 31. a large deep hole that rubbish is buried in;[ˈlændfɪl]
  15. 34. all the animals and plants in the world, as well as the land and the sea,[ˈneɪtʃə].
  16. 35. a large, round object in space that moves around a star. The Earth is a planet,[ˈplænɪt].
  17. 36. the power that makes machines work or that provides heat,[ˈenədʒi].
  18. 37. a substance such as coal or oil that is burned to provide heat or power,[fjuːəl].
  19. 38. a car that is powered by electricity[ɪˌlektrɪkˈkaː]
  20. 39. energy from the wind that can be used to make electricity,[ˈwɪnd paʊə].
  21. 42. a substance that is made by combining other substances,[ˈkemɪkəl].
  22. 45. a very bad accident or event that may hurt many people,[dɪˈzaːstə].
  1. 1. the activity of taking care of the environment;a conservation group,[ˌkɒnsəˈveɪʃən].
  2. 2. processing things such as paper and glass so that they can be used again,[ˌriːˈsaɪklɪŋ].
  3. 5. petrol that contains less lead than normal petrol and causes less damage to the environment,[ʌnˌledɪdˈpetrəl].
  4. 6. rubbish produced by factories,[ɪnˌdʌstriəlˈweɪst]
  5. 7. the planet that we live on,[ɜːθ].
  6. 8. waste material, especially from people’s bodies, which flows away through underground, pipes,[ˈsuːɪdʒ].
  7. 9. a light bulb that uses less electricity than normal light bulbs,[ləʊˌenədʒiˈbʌlb].
  8. 10. a thick forest of tall trees that grows in areas where there is a lot of rain,[ˈreɪnfɒrɪst].
  9. 13. a harmful gas that is produced by the engines of vehicles, [ˌkaːbənməˈnɒksaɪd].
  10. 17. the planet that we live on,[wɜːld].
  11. 19. the unpleasant and harmful gases that are produced by things such as chemicals and fuel,[fjuːmz].
  12. 20. the rise in the Earth’s temperature caused by a build-up of gases around the Earth,[ˈgriːnhaʊsˌfekt].
  13. 21. changes in the Earth’s climate (= normal weather)over a long period of time.[ˈklaɪməttʃeɪndʒ].
  14. 23. power from wind, water and sunlight,
  15. 27. energy that is produced when the central part of an atom is split,[ˌnjuːkliəˈpaʊə].
  16. 28. all the people who live in a country or an area,[ˌpɒpjʊˈleɪʃən].
  17. 30. slow rise in the Earth’s temperature,[ˌgləʊbəlˈwɔːmɪŋ].
  18. 32. a part of the atmosphere that protects us from harmful rays from the sun;[ˈəʊ zəʊnˌleɪə].
  19. 33. a colourless gas that people,and animals need to breathe in order to live,[ˈɒksɪdʒən].
  20. 40. a type of oil that is used in the engines of some vehicles instead of petrol,[ˈdiːzəl].
  21. 41. are always available,[rɪˌnjuːəbəlˈenədʒi].
  22. 43. [ˈkraɪsiːz] a situation that is very serious or dangerous, plural of crisis [ˈkraɪsɪs].
  23. 44. the animals and other living things that live in nature,[ˈwaɪldlaɪf].