natural resource

  1. resources (actual and potential) supplied by nature
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How To Use natural resource In A Sentence

  • Japan, for example, has no natural resources: no oil, no diamonds, no other rich mineral deposits.
  • DIDIER GONDOLA, AUTHOR, "HISTORY OF CONGO": The short answer would be that Congo has been cursed by its natural resources. CNN Transcript Oct 6, 2006
  • In general, it was assumed in the early development of international law that control of natural resources depended on the acquisition of sovereignty over land territory and territorial seas.
  • Equitable and sustainable development presumes that the natural resources will be used.
  • Aside from coal, copper is the state's largest natural resource.
  • The main objective is to stop the farmers' dependence on external agencies and make them contribute towards protection of natural resources.
  • China's ability to sustain its rapid economic growth relies on having access to affordable natural resources. Times, Sunday Times
  • After retiring as Natural Resources Director in 1982, Mr. Ranta remained active in conservation, serving on the Sandy Neck Governing Board and donating his time and knowledge to benefit the town's shellfishery. The Barnstable Patriot
  • This part of the country is not rich in natural resources apart from coal, potassium and salt. Geography Basic Facts
  • The CCC thus saw the atrophied bodies of those joining the program much as it viewed cutover forests and eroded soils: as a degraded natural resource in dire need of conservation.
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