Environmental Planning and Management

Environmental Planning and Management
Environmental Planning and Management
1. Environment refers to
[UPPSC (Pre) 2006]
(a) The natural world of land, water, air,
plants and animals that exists around
it.
(b) The sum total of conditions which
surround human beings at a given
point of time.
(c) The interacting system of physical,
biological and cultural elements which
are interlinked.
(d) All of the above
2. Environment is a composite state of –
(a) Biotic factors [BPSC (Pre) 2011]
(b) Physiographic factors
(c) Abiotic factors
(d) All of the above
3. Environmental degradation means –
[UPPSC (Pre) 2006]
(a) Overall degradation of environmental
attributes.
(b) Adverse changes brought in by human
activities.
(c) Ecological imbalance because of
ecological diversity.
(d) All of the above
4. Which of the following is not related to
environmental protection?
[UP UDA/LDA (Pre) 2013]
(a) Sustainable Development
(b) Poverty Alleviation
(c) Air Conditioning
(d) Use of Paper Bags
Environmental Planning and Management
5. A country’s natural capital included all of
the following except
[UPPSC (Pre) 2012]
(a) Forest (b) Water
(c) Roads (d) Minerals
6. What is important for Sustainable
Development?
[UP Lower Sub (Pre) 2004]
(a) Conservation of biological
diversity
(b) Prevention and control of pollution
(c) Decreasing poverty
(d) All of the above
7. The term “sixth mass extinction/Sixth
extinction” is often mentioned in the
news in the context of the discussion
of [IAS (Pre) 2018]
(a) widespread monoculture practices
in agriculture and large scale
commercial farming with
indiscriminate use of chemicals in
many parts of the world that may
result in the loss of good native
ecosystems.
(b) fears of a possible collision of a
meteorite with the earth in the near
future in the manner it happened
65 million years ago that caused
the mass extinction of many
species including those of
dinosaurs.
(c) large scale cultivation of
genetically modified crops in many
parts of the world and promoting
their cultivation in other parts of the
world which cause the
disappearance of good native crop
plants and the loss of food
biodiversity.
(d) mankind’s
over-exploitation/misuse of natural
resources, fragmentation/ loss of
natural habitats, destruction of
ecosystems, pollution and global
climate change.
8. Which of the following is related with
Protection of Ecological Balance?
[UPPSC (Mains) 2004]
I. Forest Policy
II. Environment Protection Act
III. Industrial Policy
IV. Educational Policy
Select the correct answer using the
codes given below.
(a) I and II
(b) II and III
(c) I, II and III
(d) All of the above
9. What does EPA stand for?
[UK UDA/LDA (Pre) 2003]
(a) Environment Pollution Agency
(b) Environmental Prohibition Agency
(c) Environmental Protection Agency
(d) None of the above
10. Environment Protection Act (EPA) is
also known as [MPPSC (Pre) 2013]
(a) Umbrella Legislation
(b) Chhadi Mubarak
(c) Environment Legislation
(d) Eco Safety Law
11. The Environment (Protection) Act of
India was enacted in –
[UP UDA/LDA (Pre) 2013]
(a) 1981
(b) 1986
(c) 1995
(d) 2000
12. NEA stands for [CG PSC (Pre) 2003]
(a) National Enquiry Act
(b) National Environment Authority
(c) National Examination Agency
(d) National Event Association
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