Examples of natural resources include air, water, soil, plants, animals, raw materials, space, land, wind and energy. Natural resources come from the environment and are not man-made. Some are essential for survival, whi... More »

Natural resources may be biotic, or deriving from living organisms or organic materials, or abiotic, which come from inorganic materials. A natural resource is a raw material, or a non-human made material provided by the... More »

Copper, natural gas, coal and petroleum are among the many natural resources of Europe. The availability of each resource varies by country due to differences in climate and geography. More »

The Midwest region of the United States has natural resources such as water, soil, coal, oil, iron ore, limestone, lumber, wind and natural gas. Within the Midwest lies plains, grasslands, forests and mining sites, makin... More »

There are numerous natural resources in the world, but 10 of the most important are fossil fuels, which include petroleum, coal and natural gas; minerals, forests and vegetation; animals; air and wind; water; sunlight; s... More »

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Depletion of natural resources can be prevented if people use recyclable materials, conserve water, dispose of wastes correctly, minimize carbon emission, avoid cutting down of trees, planting more trees and using energy... More »

Some issues covered by the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources include the conservation of natural resources such as land, water and wildlife through the regulation of related activities, such as hunting, fish... More »

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