Is there more? A SLIDESHOW describing renewable and Non renewable Sources

There are considerable differences between renewable and non renewable resources, such differences originate from the sources themselves and how much renew ability they posses depends solely on their availability on earth.

Resources such as oil plastic and other materials taken directly from the ground may be considered as non renewable resources for the reason that these resources cannot be "made new" or replaced with ease.

While materials such as wood, paper, organic material and sunlight, may be considered renewable resources because of the fact that they may be replaced or "made new" with ease.

The manner in which we use resources has absolutely nothing to do with the amount of that particular resource is available, for example we may pleasurably use almost all of a given resource. Some examples of renewable resources is that of eggs, paper, and chicken. Some others which are more obscure are that of wood and other plant fibers, for these may grow back to be used once again.

In contrast to renewable resources, non renewable resources include all things which must be pulled out of the earth such as oil, metals, stone, and other more common items such as plastic and precious stones.

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