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Montreal Protocol – MCQ

1 What do you mean by Montreal Protocol?

a) It is a place in Montreal.
b) International Treaty for controlling ozone depletion.
c) It is a rulebook for sustainable development.
d) None of the above.

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b) International Treaty for controlling ozone depletion.

2. When was the Montreal Protocol adopted?

a) 12 August 1987.
b) 01 June 1987.
c) 16 September 1987.
d) 17 October 1997.

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c) 16 September 1987.

3. When did the London amendments were added to the original Montreal Protocol?

a) June, 1990.
b) April, 1990.
c) May, 1990.
d) July, 1990.

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a) June, 1990.

4. On what conditions, India joined the Montreal Protocol, in 1992?

a) Fund of 240 million dollars was created for developing and poor nations
b) Developed countries were instructed to write an apology to the poor nations
c) HCFCs should be provided free of cost to the poor nations
d) None of the above

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a) Fund of 240 million dollars was created for developing and poor nations.

5. What was the main aim of the Montreal Protocol?

a) To reduce the use of automobiles
b) To reduce the use of plastics
c) To reduce the emissions of Greenhouse gases
d) To reduce the production of ozone-destroying agents like CFCs and Halons.

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d) To reduce the production of ozone-destroying agents like CFCs and Halons.

6. How many countries have become members of the Montreal protocol?

a) 120
b) 214
c) 197
d) 98

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c) 197.

7. What was the deadline for developing countries to phase out the use of CFCs and halons?

a) January 1, 2010
b) January 1, 2005
c) January 1, 2008
d) January 1, 2006

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a) January 1, 2010