Population and the Wedding Cake renewable and non renewable resources

Population and the Wedding Cake renewable and non renewable resources

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Population and the Wedding Cake Wide at the bottom, narrower to the top Took a long time for the first billion, and then took less and less time 1800 is when the population became 1 billion, around the industrial revolution Lots of good news came out of the industrial revolution Lots of bad news came out of the industrial revolution Renewable vs. Non-renewable Water is renewable and non-renewable
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Unformatted text preview: Used to make paint and power hydroelectricity = renewable Water used for cars = non-renewable Uranium used to generate nuclear power and make armor piercing shells = non- renewable Where do we get metallic and non-metallic resources? From minerals in rocks Minerals- naturally occurring, inorganic, crystalline materials...
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