12 Days of Quizzes
Christmas is one day closer and we have one more new quiz for today. This is the second quiz in the 12 Days of Quizzes series.
On the Second Day of Christmas…
On the Second Day of Christmas, my true love gave to me…two turtle doves, a partridge in a pear tree…
Turtle doves (and many other dove species) are part of California’s wildlife fauna. Native wildlife habitat and any major disturbances caused by development can require a California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) review. The California Supplemental Exam for landscape architects tests landscape architects candidates knowledge of CEQA and other regulatory agencies and programs.
What is CEQA?
CEQA was enacted by the California legislature in 1970 to ensure that state and local agencies think about the environmental effects of their decisions when approving a public project or private development.
An activity is subject to California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) review when…
- The Agency has discretionary approval, The Agency has discretionary approval,
- The activity has the potential to result in direct or The activity has the potential to result in direct or indirect physical changes in the environment, and
- The activity falls within the CEQA definition of a The activity falls within the CEQA definition of a “project”
The following questions will test your knowledge of the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) and are similar to questions that mat be presented on the CSE exam.
Let’s get started!
Quiz 2: California Environmental Quality Act
If you are looking for a study guide to help you prepare to pass the CSE the first time, check out Pass the California Supplemental Exam for Landscape Architects study guide e-book.