Question 1. Apprehension of Global Warming is aggravated by increased concentration, in the atmosphere of?
(A) Carbon dioxide
(B) Nitrous oxide
(D) Sulphur dioxide
Question 2. Global warming is caused due to the emmission of?
(B) Carbon dioxide
(C) Carbon mono-oxide
(D) Hydro carbon
Question 3. Which one of the following is the most fragile ecosystem that will be first affected by global warming?
(A) Arctic and Greenland Ice sheet
(B) Amazon rain forest
(D) Indian Monsoon
Question 4. The ‘Global Warming’ is due to?
(A) Heavy rainfall
(B) Increase in carbon dioxide
(C) Decrease in carbon dioxide
(D) Increase in forestation
Question 5. Which human activity is most affected by climate?
Question 6. The increasing amount of carbon dioxide in the air is slowly raising the temperature of the atmosphere because it absorbs?
(A) The water vapour of the air and retains its heat
(B) The ultraviolet part of the solar radiation
(C) All the solar radiations
(D) The infrared part of the solar radiation
Question 7. The United Nations Convention on climate change ratified by more than 50 countries became effective on?
(A) 21st March, 1994
(B) 21st May, 1995
(C) 21st June, 1996
(D) 21st June, 1999
Question 8. The greenhouse gas liberated by cud-chewing animals is?
(A) Carbon dioxide
(D) Nitrous oxide
Question 9. Which of the following statement is not true about CDM?
(A) It controls Greenhouse emission
(B) It reduces global warming
(C) Kyoto Protocol suggests for assessment of the sustainable development of it
(D) It prohibits developed countries from investing in projects in developing countries
Question 10. Which of the following countries does not have global atmosphere watch station to collect data on world temperature?
Question 11. What is ‘Greenhouse Gas Protocol’?
(A) It is an international accounting tool for government and business leaders to understand quantify and manage greenhouse gas emissions
(B) It is an initiative of the United Nations to offer financial incentives to developing countries to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and to adopt eco-friendly technologies
(C) It is an inter-governmental agreement ratified by all the member countries of the United Nations to reduce greenhouse gas emissions to specified levels by the year 2022
(D) It is one of the multilateral REDD + initiatives hosted by the World Bank
Question 12. In the context of CO2 Emission and Global Warming. What is the name of a market driven device under the UNFCC that allows developing countries to get funds/incentives from the developed countries to adopt better technologies that reduce greenhouse gas emissions?
(A) Carbon Footprint
(B) Carbon Credit Rating
(C) Clean Development Mechanism
(D) Emission Reduction Norm
Question 13. Which of the following is not correctly matched?
(A) First World Climate Conference -1979
(B) First Earth Summit-Agenda-21
(C) Earth Summit Plus 5-1997
(D) Carbon Trading – Montreal Protocol
Question 14. Which of the following is not true for India to combat the adverse impact of Climate Change?
(A) Establishment of Clean Development Mechanism (CDM)
(B) Not attended the 19th Meeting of BASIC at Sun City, South Africa held recently.
(C) Investment of `100 crores as an initial corpus under National Adaptation Fund
(D) All of the above are true
Question 15. The concept of ‘carbon credit’ originated from which one of the following?
(A) Kyoto Protocol
(B) Earth Summit
(C) Montreal Protocol
(D) G-8 Summit
Question 16. Regarding ‘carbon credits’ which one of the following statements is not correct?
(A) The carbon credit system was ratified in conjunction with the Kyoto Protocol
(B) Carbon credits are awarded to countries or groups that have reduced greenhouse gases below their emission quota
(C) The goal of the carbon credit system is to limit the increase of carbon dioxide emission
(D) Carbon credits are traded at a price fixed from time-totime by the United Nations Environment Programme
Question 17. Which of the following is not related to the astronomical theories of climate change?
(A) Eccentricity of earth’s orbit
(B) Obliquity of earth’s rotational axis
(C) Precession of Equinoxes
(D) Solar irradiance
Question 18. Bio-Carbon Fund Initiative for Sustainable Forest Landscapes is managed by the?
(A) Asian Development Bank
(B) International Monetary Fund
(C) United Nations Environment Programme
(D) World Bank
Question 19. Which one of the following provides the cryogenic indicator of climate change?
(A) Ice core
(B) Fossilized pollen
(C) Tree ring growth
(D) Evaporite Deposit
Question 20. Who had suggested that shifting Earth on its axis is one of the factors, responsible for the climatic change?
(A) Robert Hooke
(B) Milutin Milan Kolich
(C) George Simpson
(D) T.C. Chamberlain
Question 21. Which of the following is not listed under eight action of climate action plan of Government of India?
(A) Solar Energy
(B) Atomic Energy
(C) Waste Energy Conversion
Question 22. India’s first National Action Plan on climate change was released in?
(A) 2008 AD
(B) 2012 AD
(C) 2014 AD
(D) 2015 AD
Question 23. When was Jharkhand Action Plan on Climate Change published?
Question 24. Which one of the following is not included in Eight Missions under India’s National Action Plan on Climate Change?
(A) Solar Power
(C) Nuclear power
(D) Waste to energy conversion
Question 25. According to Jharkhand Action Plan on Climate Change Report (2014) which is the most sensitive District?
(A) E. Singhbhum
(B) Saraikela Kharaswan