The Ailing Planet : the Green Movement’s Role MCQ Question Answers Class 11 English Chapter 5

CBSE Class 11 English Chapter 5 “The Ailing Planet the Green Movement’s Role MCQs with Answers” from Hornbill Book

 

 

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1. What was the issue raised by the author in the chapter ‘The Ailing Planet’?
A. Global Warming
B. Save Water
C. Save Electricity
D. deteriorating health of the earth

 

2. When did the Green Movement help environmentalists to raise awareness about the harmful condition of the earth?
A. 1992
B. 1972
C. 1987
D. 1970

 

3. When was the Sustainable Development used by the World Commission on Environment and Development?
A. 1987
B. 1992
C. 1990
D. 1986

 

4. What did the sign in the zoo in Alaska read?
A. Animal
B. Lion
C. ‘The World’s most dangerous animal’
D. Warning

 

5. Where was the message ‘The World’s most dangerous animal’ written in the zoo?
A. board
B. Mirror
C. wood
D. bark of the tree

 

6. “Who raised the question “Are we to leave our successors a scorched planet of advancing deserts, impoverished landscapes and ailing environment?”
A. Brandt Commission
B. Brundtland Commission
C. UN World Commission
D. None of the above

 

7. What are the four principal biological systems that form the foundation of the global economic system?
A. water, air, sand, forests
B. ocean, forests, deserts, land
C. fisheries, grasslands, forests, and croplands
D. fisheries, grasslands, oceans, land

 

8. What will the grasslands turn into if systems become unsustainable?
A. turn into a barren wasteland
B. turn into desert
C. soil quality will deteriorate
D. Nothing as such

 

9. What happens to the forest in poor countries?
A. They are cut down for fuelwood
B. they cut down for furniture
C. they grow them into a large number
D. Nothing as such

 

10. What is leading to deforestation at an alarming rate?
A. sale of fuelwood
B. sale of vegetables
C. building up of houses
D. sale of wood for burning purpose

 

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11. What is one of the reasons for the exploitation of the environment?
A. increasing population
B. global warming
C. animal extinctions
D. water

 

12. What is the best contraceptive for overpopulation?
A. Development
B. Education
C. By saving water
D. Reforestation

 

13. What is the meaning of holistic and ecological view?
A. the preservation of the environment
B. saving of the water resources
C. saving trees
D. rainwater harvest

 

14. At what rate is the world’s ancient patrimony of tropical forests eroding?
A. at the rate of forty to fifty million acres a year
B. at the rate of one million per year
C. at the rate of 90 million per year
D. none of the above

 

15. Which article of the Constitution of India provides that “the State shall endeavour to protect and improve the environment and to safeguard the forests and wildlife of the country”?
A. Article 48A
B. Article 51A
C. Article 48 A (1)
D. Article 52

 

16. At what rate are the forests in India depleting?
A. at the rate of 3.7 million acres a year
B. at the rate of 36.7 million acres a year
C. at the rate of 13.7 million acres a year
D. None of the above

 

17. What does the three-year study conducted by the United Nations state?
A. Environment has deteriorated that it is critical in eighty-eight countries
B. forests are being cut down at an alarming rate
C. there is not much of drinking water left
D. Fossil fuels are getting extinct at a fast rate

 

18. Complete this line from the chapter ‘The rich get richer, and the poor beget children ___’
A. to work harder
B. which condemns them to remain poor
C. to remain poorer
D. to get richer

 

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19. What is the transcending concern?
A. the survival of the planet
B. the survival of forests
C. global warming
D. to save water

 

20. Who said,”No generation has a freehold on this earth. All we have is a life tenancy — with a full repairing lease”?
A. Mr Edgar S. Woolard
B. UN World Commission
C. Donald Trump
D. Margaret Thatcher

 

21. Who said, “We have not inherited this earth from our forefathers; we have borrowed it from our children.”?
A. Margaret Thatcher
B. Mr Edgar S. Woolard
C. Mr. Lester Brown
D. Brandt Commission

 

22. When did the Green Movement start?
A. 35 years ago
B. 15 years ago
C. nearly 25 years ago
D. 20 years ago

 

23. Where was the first nationwide Green party founded?
A. USA
B. Australia
C. New Zealand
D. Canada

 

24. What is the concept of Sustainable Development?
A. Development of the future
B. Development for the present
C. “Development that meets the needs of the present, without compromising the ability of future generations”
D. Environmental development

 

25. “Scientists have catalogued about ………….. living species with which mankind shares the earth”
A. 1.4 million
B. 1.6 million
C. 1.8 million
D. 1.2 million

 

26. Who wrote the book ‘The Global Economic Prospect” ?
A. l k Jha
B. Lester R Brown
C. James Speth
D. Edgar S Woolard

 

27. What forms the foundation of the global economic system according to Lester Brown?
A. ” fisheries, forests, grasslands, and croplands ”
B. land and water
C. forests, fisheries, grasslands
D. fisheries and forests

 

28. Who said that tropical forests are “the powerhouse of evolution” ?
A. Edgar S Woolard
B. L K Jha
C. Dr Myres
D. James Speth

 

29. ” Every four days the world population increases by ……………..”
A. 1.5 million
B. 1 million
C. 1.7 million
D. half a million

 

30……………. has a most crucial role to play in this new Era of Responsibility
A. Agriculture
B. Fishery
C. Industry
D. Aforestation

 

Answer key for Class 11 English Hornbill Book Chapter 5 – The Ailing Planet: the Green Movement’s Role

 

Q. No.AnswerQ. No.AnswerQ. No.Answer
1D11A21C
2B12A22C
3A13A23C
4C14A24C
5B15A25A
6A16A26B
7C17A27A
8A18B28C
9A19A29B
10A20D30C

 

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