What are renewable resources? They are resources that can be replaced at a rate about as fast as they are used up. Examples: oxygen, plants, soil and solar energy
Air - renewable resource (78% Nitrogen and 21% Oxygen)
Air Pollution: It occurs when some part of the environment is changed in a way that makes it unfit for humans, animals, and or plants. Natural sources of air pollution: forest fires, dust from soil, and volcanic eruptions.
The supply of fresh water is constantly being recycled (Water Cycle) – a renewable resource.
There are two problems with water: 1. Quantity: amount of Rainfall is different all over the world. 2. Quality: Easily polluted
The main industry here in California is Agriculture even though the average rainfall for California is 21.44 in. Therefore, most of the water So. California uses comes from No. California and the Sierra Nevada Mts. through the California Aqueduct. It provides water supplies for 25 million Californians and 750,000 acres of irrigated farmland.