Posted by Chip | Posted in Other - Environment | Posted on 20-04-2014
what are the natural resources of Canada?
Oil,wheat,lumber gold,diamonds uranium,coal,natural gas,copper, iron, silver and water which is not just for drinking it`s used to produce hydro electricity.That`s just some of them.
What are some natural resources?
1. How do humans obtain and use different types of natural resources?
2.How important are natural resources to canada and the world?
3.What are some positive and negative ways that people can have an impact on resources?
4.How can humans ensure resources for future generation?
5.Will the Earths Resources Last??
Please help me figure these out =D
In modern times resources are obtained by the use of machines.
Natural resources are extremely important for the world. It provides energy and is essential to the economic prosperity of a country.
Humans can positively use natural resources that help animals and humans with medicine and food. It makes life easier and provides security. Negatively these resources can be used to destroy nature and life.
By limiting the usage of resources and putting restriction on its usage these resources can be preserved.
Eventually all resources will end on the planet but if humanity prevails we shall find new ways of using energy.
What is Canada’s Natural Resource Revenue?
How can you determine all of the money made by the natural resource sector in 2010? Is this info online? What could be made if it were nationalized?
10 Points for best answer. Thanks!
Go to the Statistics Canada web site for aggregate numbers on Canadian industry. The 2010 stats won’t be out until some time later in 2011. The most recently available stats will be there.
They don’t seem to have a separate group for natural resources. You’ll need to look at the groups they have and tease out what you want. Mining and petroleum are together. Forestry is included with agriculture and fishing.
You’ll have to develop your own model for how much could be made if it were nationalized.
This kind of thing got alot of thought from the CCF in the early days. You might want to look at scholarship from the 40s and 50s to see if anyone did serious scholarly work on the topic.
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