Why are fossil fuels non renewable
Fossil fuels are nonrenewable because their supplies are limited to the amounts that we can mine or extract from the earth. This is because our dependence on and consumption of nonrenewable resources is causing a rapid decline in supplies and leading to climate change. Fossil fuels such as crude oil, natural gas and coal are the most important natural resources that we use everyday, but some people consider them renewable and sustainable because they are abundant and can be used and recycled.
However, these resources cannot be replenished in a short period of time, unlike renewable energy sources such as wind and solar power. The process of utilizing fossil fuels also emits a large amount of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere, which contributes to the negative effects of climate change..
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