- 1 How to conserve natural resources
- 2 Definition of natural resources 2.1 Renewable Natural Resources 2.2 Non-renewable natural resources
- 2.1 Renewable Natural Resources
- 2.2 Non-renewable natural resources
- 3 References
How to conserve natural resources
Formed the natural resources on the planet backbone of life for all living creatures and the most important human, so take advantage of what nature provided free of charge to sustain life, including water consumption, and the burning of fuel and many others, but there is a lot of natural with the amount of resources are limited non-renewable so must be preserved as much as possible and use carefully to ensure its continued existence at the present time and the future, and the following are some ways to keep those resources: 
- Unjust pieces of trees stopped.
- Leaving dead trees natural decomposition, which helps build the soil again.
- Planting trees again instead of those that were cut.
- Recycling products that contain wood as raw material.
- Not to repeat the same crop cultivation in the same place.
- Avoid overfishing.
- The establishment of parks and land reserves.
- Approach to the use of fossil fuel alternatives.
- Rationalization of electric power consumption.
- The use of mass transit as much as possible.
- Metal recycling.
- Ceased mining operations unjust.
- Rationalization of water consumption.
- Maintain water pollution.
- Planting drought-resistant plants.
Definition of natural resources
Natural resources are those materials and goods that are naturally on the planet, and can be obtained exploration and extraction, as natural resources are harnessed to serve the people and meet their needs, and is divided into two main sections, namely: 
Renewable natural resources
Natural resources are replenished constantly ie, it is endless and inexhaustible as follows: 
- Water: Water covers approximately 75% of the planet, and constitutes approximately 90% of the bodies of living organisms.
- Sun: is the main source of supply of living organisms such as plants necessary for the process of photosynthesis energy, also used to generate electric power as a kind of environmentally friendly energy.
- Air: The component of the atmosphere, also provides living organisms and soil oxygen is essential for biological processes.
- Earth: It is a store of metals and some kinds of other natural resources such as water, are also used to provide agricultural environment in which the plants grow and live organisms.
Non-renewable natural resources
Is the natural resource that is limited to a limited quantity can not be renewed in the event of force, and the biggest example of the fossil fuels, which provide nearly 90% of the human needs of the energy required, so as to use in electric power generation, and transportation operations, heating and other important applications in the life human, but produced from burning fossil fuels, the process of harmful emissions contaminating the environment. 
- ↑ "Conservation", www.nationalgeographic.org, Retrieved 1-3-2019. Edited.
- ^ أ ب "NATURAL RESOURCES", http://wwf.panda.org, Retrieved 1-3-2019. Edited.
- ↑ "Four Natural Resources", www.kean.edu, Retrieved 1-3-2019. Edited.
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