Global Warming and Climate change - Environment and Ecology quiz 1

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Global Warming and Climate change - Environment and Ecology Online Quiz 1

Global Warming and Climate change - Environment and Ecology quiz 1 is a free online quiz challenge under Global Warming and Climate change - Environment and Ecology category. There are 59 free online quiz challenges available in Environment and Ecology category


Consider the following statements1. Kyoto Protocol came into force in the year 2005.2. Kyoto Protocol deals primarily with the depletion of the ozone layer.3. methane as a green house gas is more harmful than carbon dioxide.Which of the statements given above is/are correct?

'Greenhouse effect' with respect to global warming refers to

e-waste pollutes environment by1. leaching into soil.2. uncontrolled fires at landfills.3. acids and sludge from melting chips contaminate water.Select the correct answer using the codes given below

Which of the following countries is not a part of Kyoto Protocol at present?

What is the major role of a green house gas that contributes to temperature rise of the earth's surface?

Human activities in the recent past have caused the increased concentration of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere, but a lot of it does not remain in the lower atmosphere because of1. Its escape into the outer stratosphere.2. the photosynthesis by phyto-plankton in the oceans.3. the trapping of air in the polar ice caps. Which of the statements given above is/are correct?

Which one of the following plants is popularly grown along the road for absorbing vehicular pollutants?

Name the gas released from landfills, decaying organic matter under shallow water in marches and bogs, flooded paddy fields, by ruminant animals and termites, and by the burning of biomass, A molecule of this gas has 21 times more global warming potential than a molecule of CO2.

Xerophytes thrive in

Consider the following statements1. The Government of India had launched an initiative to study the phenomenon of black carbon, commonly known as soot.2. Black carbon is a from of particular air pollution, produced from incomplete combustion form biomass burning, cooking with soild fuels, and diesel exhaust.3. The National Black Carbon Programmer is the joint effort of the Ministry of Environment, Earth Sciences, science and Technology and ISRO.Which of the statements given above is/are correct?

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