5 years ago in Civil Services Preliminary GS Paper 1 - 2014

If a wetland of international importance is brought under the ‘Montreux Record’, what does it imply?


[A] Changes in ecological character have occurred, are occurring or are likely to occur in the wetland as a result of human interference.
[B] The country in which the wetland is located should enact a law to prohibit any human activity within five kilo metres from the edge of the wetland
[C] The survival of the wetland depends on the cultural practices and traditions of certain communities living in its vicinity and therefore the cultural diversity therein should not be destroyed
[D] It is given the status of ‘World Heritage Site'
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Srinivasan Srini
Srinivasan Srini - 1 year ago

Srinivasan Srini from Kottayam, India is saying Changes in ecological character have occurred, are occurring or are likely to occur in the wetland as a result of human interference. is correct answer

Ajay
Ajay - 1 year ago

Ajay from Pune, India is saying It is given the status of ‘World Heritage Site’ is correct answer

Shantanu Chauhan
Shantanu Chauhan - 1 year ago

Shantanu Chauhan from Ghaziabad, India is saying Changes in ecological character have occurred, are occurring or are likely to occur in the wetland as a result of human interference. is correct answer

Narendra Sharma
Narendra Sharma - 1 year ago

Narendra Sharma is saying The survival of the wetland depends on the cultural practices and traditions of certain communities living in its vicinity and therefore the cultural diversity therein should not be destroyed is correct answer

Pankaj Bharadwaj
Pankaj Bharadwaj - 1 year ago

Pankaj Bharadwaj from Kolkata, India is saying It is given the status of ‘World Heritage Site’ is correct answer

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