A2 Level Questions:

  1. What is air pollution?
  2. Can you see pollution?
  3. What are some causes of water pollution?
  4. How can we reduce pollution?
  5. Do cars cause pollution?
  6. What is trash pollution?
  7. Why is recycling important?
  8. Can plants help reduce pollution?
  9. What happens when there is too much pollution?
  10. How does pollution affect animals?
  11. What can you recycle?
  12. Why should we save water?
  13. What is noise pollution?
  14. How does pollution affect people?
  15. Can walking instead of driving reduce pollution?
  16. What is soil pollution?
  17. How can schools help fight pollution?
  18. What are some ways to clean polluted water?
  19. Why is it important to keep the air clean?
  20. How can pollution change the weather?

B1 Level Questions:

  1. What are the health effects of air pollution?
  2. How does plastic waste contribute to pollution?
  3. What role do governments play in reducing pollution?
  4. Why are oceans important in the fight against pollution?
  5. How does pollution impact climate change?
  6. What is industrial pollution?
  7. Can technology help solve pollution problems?
  8. How does pollution affect biodiversity?
  9. What are sustainable practices to reduce pollution?
  10. Why is it important to monitor pollution levels?
  11. How do pesticides pollute the environment?
  12. What is the impact of pollution on marine life?
  13. How can communities work together to reduce pollution?
  14. What is the significance of Earth Day?
  15. How do renewable energy sources help reduce pollution?
  16. What are the long-term effects of soil pollution?
  17. How does deforestation contribute to pollution?
  18. What are eco-friendly products?
  19. How can reducing meat consumption reduce pollution?
  20. Why is public transportation a good option for reducing pollution?

B2 Level Questions:

  1. Analyze the relationship between economic development and environmental pollution.
  2. Discuss the global impact of plastic pollution in the oceans.
  3. How do air quality standards vary across different countries?
  4. Explore the challenges of managing electronic waste.
  5. What are the ethical considerations in pollution control?
  6. How does agricultural runoff lead to water pollution?
  7. Discuss the concept of carbon footprint and its relevance.
  8. Evaluate the effectiveness of international environmental agreements.
  9. How does urban sprawl contribute to environmental pollution?
  10. What are the challenges and benefits of nuclear energy regarding pollution?
  11. How do microplastics affect human and animal health?
  12. Explore the role of environmental NGOs in combating pollution.
  13. How can individual actions contribute to a larger environmental impact?
  14. What are the implications of fast fashion on pollution?
  15. Discuss the importance of biodiversity in mitigating pollution.
  16. How does light pollution affect ecosystems?
  17. Evaluate the impact of governmental policies on air quality improvement.
  18. How can cities reduce their waste production?
  19. What are the consequences of overfishing on ocean pollution?
  20. Explore the concept of zero-waste lifestyle and its feasibility.

C1 Level Questions:

  1. Critically assess the role of corporate responsibility in pollution reduction.
  2. Discuss the intersection of environmental justice and pollution.
  3. Evaluate the potential of green technology in addressing pollution challenges.
  4. Explore the impact of climate change policies on industrial pollution.
  5. Analyze the effectiveness of pollution trading schemes (e.g., carbon trading).
  6. How do cultural attitudes towards consumption affect pollution levels?
  7. Investigate the long-term health impacts of exposure to polluted environments.
  8. Discuss the implications of geoengineering solutions to combat pollution.
  9. Evaluate the role of urban planning in reducing environmental pollution.
  10. How can international cooperation be improved to address transboundary pollution?

C2 Level Questions:

  1. Debate the effectiveness of global environmental governance in controlling pollution.
  2. Analyze the impact of consumerism on global waste and pollution levels.
  3. Discuss the ethical implications of exporting waste to less developed countries.
  4. Explore the challenges in balancing economic growth with environmental sustainability.
  5. Critique the reliance on technological solutions to address pollution.
  6. Investigate the role of media in shaping public perception and policy on pollution.
  7. Examine the effects of pollution on global health disparities.
  8. Analyze the potential for sustainable urban development to mitigate pollution.
  9. Discuss the concept of the Anthropocene and its relevance to pollution.
  10. Evaluate the impact of lifestyle choices on environmental pollution and sustainability.