Non-renewable resource

A non-renewable resource (additionally known as a finite useful resource) is a natural resource that can't be effectively changed through natural ways at a pace brief sufficient to preserve up with consumption. They consist of the fossil fuels we burn for energy (natural gas, coal, and oil). Minerals, used for making metals, also are non-renewable natural resources

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