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Teaching Renewable and nonrenewable resources

Renewable and nonrenewable resources

Renewable resources are resources that will not be used up completely. Nonrenewable resources will eventually be used up completely. They take longer than a human lifetime to form. Some resources are found in large amounts and in lots of places. Every resource has costs and benefits.

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What is the difference between renewable and nonrenewable resources?


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