Led by the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) and held annually on 5 June since 1973, World Environment Day is the largest global platform for environmental public outreach and is celebrated by millions of people across the world. This year it is hosted by Sweden. Source: https://www.un.org/
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#1. The largest Mangroves " Sundarbans" are located in which state?
#2. The main cause of acid rains are....
#3. To increase Forest Cover which state initiated " Harita Haram"?
#4. Which of the following is not a component of Environment?
#5. The first Air Quality Index in India was launched in....
#6. The specialised body to handle environmental disputes in India is......
#7. The primary producers in a forest ecosystem are :
#8. Which of the following are the only Abiotic components?
#9. The interactions between organisms and their environment is known as-
#10. The organsims which directly feed on producers are called :
#11. Which of the following is a slightly better mode used to measure pollution load in water.
#12. Which of the following states as maximum number of tigers according to the recent census.
#13. Air pollutants include- i. CO2,CO, SPM ii. Sulphur dioxide, Nirogen oxides iii. Ozone, methane , lead. Which of the above are correct?
#14. The simple definition for environment is:
#15. Consider the following green house gases. i. Nitrous oxide ii. Black carbon iii. Brown carbon iv. per flouro carbon. Which of the given above are greenhouse gases.
#16. Which of the following pollutant is not in the list, that was prepared by the National Ambient Air Quality standards?
#17. When is Environment Day celebrated?
#18. Green GDP is.... I. Index of economic growth II. Monetizes the loss of biodiversity. Choose the correct one:
#19. Swachh Bharat exhorts people to devote how many hours in a year towards the cause of cleanliness?
#20. Identify the effects caused by the Global Warming? i. rise in sea level ii. coastal flooding iii. extinction of species iv. climate change v. radiation
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