The natural environment encompasses all living and non-living things occurring naturally. Test your knowledge of environmental issues. 0% 1 Environment Quiz Online Test 1 – GK Question and Answers Test your knowledge on environmental issues 1 / 20 Chief source of energy in environment is Star Moon Fire Sun 2 / 20 The volcano is a _______________ Source of pollution Artificial Man made Both Natural 3 / 20 In India the percentage of land under forest is about 30% 19% 20% 25% 4 / 20 which state irrigates largest percentage of land in india Maharashtra Haryana Uttar Pradesh Punjab 5 / 20 Which of the following is an abioticcomponent of the ecosystem Bacteria Humus Fungi Plants 6 / 20 Fluoride pollution mainly affects Brain Kidney Heart Teeth 7 / 20 Smog is A natural phenomenon All of the above Colorless Combination of smoke 8 / 20 Biogas plants using cattle dung are called Hydro plant Thermal power plant Gas station Gobar gas plant 9 / 20 Which of the following wastes cannot bedecomposed by bacteria to form compost: Dead plants Kitchen wastes Plastic& polythene bag Bodies of insects living in the sea 10 / 20 The area reserved for the welfare of wildlife is called Sanctuary Botanical Garden National Park Forest 11 / 20 Forest and wildlife are Renewable resources Non- renewable resources Inexhaustible resources None of these 12 / 20 World population day is celebrated on: 23 September 12 August 11 July 5 June 13 / 20 The Taj Mehal at Agra may be damaged by Hydrogen Oxygen Chlorine Sulfur dioxide 14 / 20 The pyramid of energy in any ecosystem is None of these Always inverted Always upright May be upright or inverted 15 / 20 Which of the following rivers lies in a rift valley? Chambal Son Lumi Tapti 16 / 20 The first Indian biosphere reserve was Nilgiri Nanda devi Sunderbans Kaziranga 17 / 20 Which steps can help to control soil pollution Reforesting All of above Reducing chemical fertilizers Reusing the materials 18 / 20 Driving force of an ECO system is Input of energy Water Water and air Energy and matter 19 / 20 Acid rain is due to Formation of oxides of sulfur Formation of HNO All of these Formation of oxides of nitrogen 20 / 20 The part of earth which contains water is called Atmosphere Ionosphere Hydrosphere Troposphere Your score is 0% Send feedback 0 comment 0 FacebookTwitterLinkedinEmail admin Improve your IELTS skills with tips, model answers, lessons, free books, and more ------------ "The more you share, the more you get." next post Environment Quiz Online Test 2 – MCQ Leave a Comment Cancel Reply Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Please enter an answer in digits:8 + 10 = * By using this form you agree with the storage and handling of your data by this website.