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Natural resources Why they are reducing & How the situation could be improved?

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´╗┐Natural resources ? Why they are reducing & How the situation could be improved? Natural resources are very important because they contribute to the world?s economy of the nation in which they exist. They also provide necessary supplies for humans to thrive. The reason why natural resources are reducing is because they are scarce and therefore will run out eventually. ...read more.

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There is an inevitable increase in the demand for resources like these. For example, key secondary manufacturing industries such as in China, and other developing countries continue to increase their appetite for these resources because of the fact that the country lives on producing and exporting their goods they make with the raw materials that the natural resources contribute to, these goods and services are being exported all over the world as the demand for the supplies are increasing. ...read more.

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Countries such as US, China and Morocco have a high demand for phosphorus. SOER-Fig_4-1 Material resources-new.eps To improve the situation of reducing natural resources, we will have to have reserves, not only that but we will also need substitutes. Renewable resources such as wind power, solar power and biofuel are key to helping us to reserve the non-renewables; most of the renewable resources also are less harmful to the planet and doesn?t contribute to global warming as much. A major way to save energy is to stop wasting; recycling is a very good way to improve the situation. ...read more.

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