Good morning everyone present, today I am going to talk about the conservation of natural resources. Natural resources exist in many different forms, but they are mainly divided into two categories: renewable and non-renewable. Examples of renewable natural resources are sunlight, water, wind, timber, and soil. While some of these natural resources are plentiful in the environment and may be easily restored, others require longer to regenerate.
Coal, oil, and natural gas are a few examples of non-renewable natural resources. Despite being abundant in the ecosystem, these natural resources are not regenerative and take a very long time to recycle.
Natural resources are essential for maintaining the equilibrium of the environment. However, we don’t think twice about using them. As we use up our natural resources, the rate of their depletion is worrying. Natural resources are valuable and must be protected in order to be used in the future. When using nonrenewable resources and renewable ones that take time to replenish, we must exercise extra caution. These are the basic needs we have. They are vital to our ability to survive. It will be practically impossible for humans to live on Earth if we do not implement severe conservation measures.
In conclusion, we must do everything in our power to protect and conserve all natural resources so that we can continue to use them. Not least among our options is to support sustainable agriculture. Thank you.