A list of a country's natural resources is posted on the World Factbook of the Central Intelligence Agency. The list includes mineral deposits, petroleum, hydroelectric power and other sources of economic gain. More »

Canada has an abundance of natural resources, including minerals, rare earth elements, wildlife, coal and hydropower. Minerals and elements mined in the country are iron ore, silver, copper, nickel and gold. Other natura... More »

The term nonrenewable resource is generally used to refer to the energy-providing resources of oil, coal, natural gas and uranium. Nonrenewable resources are any resources comprised solely, or in part, from elements on t... More »

The birth rate in India is 19.89 births per 1,000, according to The World Factbook from the Central Intelligence Agency. As of 2011, this places the country at 86th in the world, with 2.59 births per woman. More »

The U.S. Central Intelligence Agency publishes The World Factbook online, which is a compilation of information about every country in the world. Facts included for each country include the country’s history, people, eco... More »

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Japan's natural resources include fish, agriculture and small amounts of metals and minerals. Japan is notable for boasting strong industrial output and a high standard of living despite having very few natural resources... More »

A savanna or a grassland biome is home to a number of natural resources, including water, livestock and lumber in tropical savannas, and coal, oil, wheat, gas, oats and livestock in temperate savannas. Some grasslands ar... More »