Management of Natural Resources

Management of Resources

We do know that natural resources are the prime source through which almost all of our energy needs are fulfilled. Hence, management of resources and their conservation is indeed a vital aspect that should be stressed by governments and private environmental agencies. Let us try to understand how the proper arrangement of natural resources will pave a path for sustainable development.

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Introduction to Management of Resources

Natural resources such as fossil fuels (oil, coal and natural gas), forests, water etc. are degrading at a significantly high rate as a result of misuse. In order to conserve the natural resources, there is a need to manage them in a systematic order. If you want our future generations to gain access to these resources, then taking care of our biodiversity should be the foremost priority.

Management of Resources

Objectives Associated with Conservation of Natural Resources

It is important to know that, the objectives of resource management are focused on sustainability through the creation of a healthy balance between the below mentioned three factors.

First includes the economic aspects i.e. the jobs, employment, money, etc. The second includes the social aspects i.e. the people, communities, etc. Third includes the environmental aspects i.e. the plants, animals, biodiversity, etc.

All these three factors are connected to each other. The supreme way to acquire a good equilibrium among these three is through the management of resources achieved in a proper manner.

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Water Management

Water is one of the abundant natural resources which cover around 70.9 percent of our planet. But, only 3 percent of water is tagged as fresh water, and less than 1 percent is suitable for direct human Proper water management is achieved through water treatment on all levels, be it large or small.

The treatment of water gathered from domestic and industrial regions is necessary in order to fulfil the daily demands of the population. Water wasting is one major concern, which needs to be corrected by making people aware of a wider level.

Laws & Regulations

The implementation of proper laws and regulations for stopping the wasting of resources is a crucial part of resource management. With the presence of these laws, people can grow enlightened on the requirement to conserve the resources so that our future generations can enjoy their use. Imposing heavy penalties on candidates who do not abide these laws and regulations can surely be a good solution.

Reduce, Re-use and Recycle

Reusing and recycling are seen as sensible alternatives to disposing of several items. With an aim for better management and proficient utilization of resources, less use of goods is needed.

Careless dumping of substances like plastics glassware, oil, ceramic, porcelain as well as metals has harmful effects on both soil and water. These items are inorganic, which means that bacteria cannot decompose them. Hence, apart from disposing reusing and recycling can be counted as better options.

Question For You

Q. Give Example of Renewable & Non-Renewable Resources?

Ans: Some examples of renewable resources are water, trees etc. Non-renewable resources include coal, oil, natural gas etc.

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