Renewable, Nonrenewable, Climate Change, and Conservation
you will Respond to video after watching it.
Nonrenewable energy resources
All fossil fuels, such as coal, oil, and natural gas, are examples of nonrenewable energy resources. Coal, oil, and natural gas formed from the buried remains of living organisms that lived hundreds of millions of years ago. Once these fossil fuels are depleted, or used up, they cannot be replaced by nature quickly.
Another nonrenewable resource of energy is nuclear energy. Nuclear energy comes from combining or splitting certain particles of matter. Most nuclear power plants generate electricity by using a special metal called uranium as a fuel.