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Exhaustible energy is energy produced by sources that cannot be replaced once it is used. Examples are coal, natural gas and oil, which are produced by fossil fuels. More »

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An inexhaustible resource is one that is replaceable, while an exhaustible resource is not replaceable, according to the University of Missouri. Experts sometimes disagree about the category to which a particular resourc... More »

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Exhaustible resources, or nonrenewable resources, include fossil fuels, mineral ores and uranium. Use of these natural resources leads to their depletion. Inexhaustible resources include solar, wind and hydroelectric pow... More »

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Renewable energy sources are sources of energy that are theoretically inexhaustible and not derived from fossil fuels or nuclear sources. Examples of renewable energy sources are wind, the sun, water, geothermal and biom... More »

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Conserving energy is important because using non-renewable energy sources has a detrimental impact on the environment. The total effect of these environmental changes has led to global warming at a level that threatens t... More »

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Nonrenewable energy sources include fossil fuels, such as petroleum, coal and natural gas. Uranium for nuclear power is a nonrenewable energy source that is not a fossil fuel. Once these sources are exhausted, they can’t... More »

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Mother Nature, or the natural environment on Earth, can be saved with recycling, water conservation, alternative energy sources, waste reduction, pollution cleanup and the preservation of plant and animal life. Spreading... More »

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