Is a rock a renewable resource?

Answer Rocks are not a renewable resource. By nature, all biotic (living) resources are renewable, and abiotic (nonliving) are nonrenewable. Further, rocks take a very long time to form, so the supply is ... Read More »

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Is water a renewable or non-renewable natural resource?

Water is considered a renewable resource because it is an energy source that can be reused. The use of water as a renewable resource is called "hydropower," and it is one of the five renewable reso... Read More »

Is biological diversity a renewable or non-renewable resource?

Biodiversity measures the level of variation or "richness" of an ecosystem, either in terms of the genetic variation within a population (such as a population of killer wales) or the number of diff... Read More »

Is electricity a renewable or a non-renewable resource?

Electricity is neither renewable nor non-renewable but can be generated from either renewable or non-renewable energy sources. In 2008, approximately nine percent of the electricity generated in th... Read More »

Is soil a renewable or non-renewable resource?

Technically, you can replenish soil given enough time, but some actions, such as overgrazing, can damage the soil to the point where it does not recover, according to ECO PROS. Thus, it is effectiv... Read More »