Is biomass nonrenewable or renewable?

Answer Renewable resources are those that can grow back or otherwise be replaced in a relatively short time. Biomass is material from plants and animals, such as wood, manure, garbage, algae and grasses. ... Read More »

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What does renewable& nonrenewable mean?

Renewable is defined as something, usually a resource, that can be replaced once used up. Nonrenewable is defined as something that cannot be reused, renewed or replaced, according to Investorwords... Read More »

Is oil renewable or nonrenewable?

According to the U.S. Energy Information Administration, oil is a non-renewable resource. It was formed millions of years ago when land and sea animals were buried by layers of sand and then turned... Read More »

Is hydrogen renewable or nonrenewable?

Hydrogen is one of the simplest and most abundant elements on earth. It does not, however, occur naturally as a gas, but can be extracted from fossil fuels, water and in some cases certain algae. I... Read More »

Are forests renewable or nonrenewable?

Some argue that calling forests "renewable" is misleading because, once a forest ecosystem is destroyed, it is very difficult---sometimes impossible---to rebuild it, and deforestation is a serious ... Read More »