Quizzes on Climate Change

What's a great way to test your knowledge? Quizzes on climate change!

Moreover, not only will you test your knowledge but you will also learn from your mistakes, thereby increasing your understanding of climate change.

As you will learn from the following video, there are still certain people who do not know about manmade climate change.

From Last Week Tonight with John Oliver

Quizzes from NASA

These questions (and their pictures) come from NASA, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration.

More specifically, they can be found in NASA’s Global Climate Change page which is a fabulous resource  for climate change science information as well as other climate-related multimedia data and mapping resources.


Planet Earth

Our home planet is constantly changing. How much do you know about Earth?


The Arctic and Antarctic

How much do you know about the Arctic and Antarctic?


The Water Cycle

Earth’s water is stored in the atmosphere, ice, snow, lakes, rivers, and the oceans. Test yourself on how water is cycled around our planet as well as the important role it plays in our climate.


What's Special About Earth?

Test your knowledge of how Earth is different from other planets, both within our solar system and beyond.


Global Warming

How much do you know about global temperature change and its impact on the Earth's climate?


Glaciers and Ice Caps

Test your knowledge of glaciers and ice caps.


Sea Level Rise

How much do you know about sea level rise and its effects on the world's population?


Energy

How much do you know about energy's role in both our society and in the Earth's climate system?


Saltwater

Take this interactive quiz in order to test your knowledge of ocean salinity and its relationship with climate change.


Carbon Dioxide

Find out how much you really know about carbon dioxide and why it's so crucial to climate stability and to our quality of life.


Soil Moisture

How much do you know about Earth’s soil moisture? In essence, soil moisture is the amount of water contained in the soil.

From agriculture productivity to flood and drought prediction, soil moisture on Earth plays an important role in understanding our planet. 


Clouds and Aerosols

How much do you know about clouds and aerosols?

They are two of the most important, but least understood, aspects of climate change. 


Extreme Weather

An extreme weather event is something that is not part of normal weather patterns.

They include floods, droughts, hurricanes and hailstorms. How much do you know about them?


The Air We Breathe

How much do you know about the air we breathe?

The atmosphere is vital to all living things on Earth. 


Carbon

Our planet has many processes that regulate carbon, atmospheric carbon dioxide and its role in the carbon cycle and climate.


The Ocean

The ocean covers over 70 percent of the Earth's surface and contains about 97 percent of the Earth's surface water.

Credit for pictures (except the global warming one): NASA Climate Change website

James Hansen

In case you didn't know, the former head of NASA, James Hansen, has been a climate change advocate since the 1980s.

"We have known since the 1800s that carbon dioxide traps heat in the atmosphere. The right amount keeps the climate conducive to human life."

James Hansen

"Recent warming coincides with rapid growth of human-made greenhouse gases. The observed rapid warming gives urgency to discussions about how to slow greenhouse gas emissions."

James Hansen

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