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Tuesday, December 9, 2008

Conservation Facts : GK About Environment

Try to answer these following questions:

A thin layer of a gas in the upper atmosphere shields the earth from the harmful ultraviolet rays of the sun. This gas is -------

Some synthetic gases have been partly responsible for the depletion of the ozone layer. They are called-----------------

Increased quantities of gases in the air such as carbon dioxide trap the heat from the sun. this causes a gradual rise in the atmospheric temperature. This phenomenon is known as the .........

Rain that has been polluted by harmful gases like sulphur dioxide is harmful to the environment. This type of rain is called---------

The gradual rise in the earth’s temperature due to high level of gases in the atmosphere is called-------

The United Nations launched a programme for international cooperation in environmental conservation. It is called the-------

Some objects like plastics do not break down naturally and return to the soil. They cause soil and air pollution. Such things are know by the term

In 1992, a conference was held in Rio de Janeiro. Representatives of governments discussed what should be done to save the planet. The name of this conference was--------

A project was started by Veer Bhadra Mishra to clean the polluted rivers of india. The name of this project is ------------

In the 1970s, the people of Uttarakhand carried out a unique movement to protect the Himalayan forests. They hugged the trees to save them from being felled. This movement was called the ---------

1 comment:

M P J said...

giv the answer too,ok

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