Review of Available Earth Resources

This is the outline from the meeting of the Human Survival Authority, Department of Economic Stability and Financial Crisis of the imperative to review available Earth resources. The meeting was held in Location A2, last quarter, 2023 – FK

I. Introduction

– Purpose of the review: To assess all available Earth resources for human survival
– Importance of understanding and managing resources for sustainability

II. Overview of Earth resources

– Classification of resources:

a) Renewable resources (e.g. forests, freshwater)

b) Non-renewable resources (e.g. fossil fuels, minerals)

c) Natural services/resources (e.g. climate regulation, pollination)

III. Plan for the review

– Gathering data from various sources:

a) Scientific studies and reports

b) Government agencies and international organizations

c) Expert opinions and research institutions

– Collaborative approach with global partners

– Utilization of advanced technologies for data collection and analysis

IV. Assessment of resources

– In-depth evaluation of renewable resources:

a) Forest resources: Evaluation of deforestation rates, reforestation efforts, sustainable management practices

b) Freshwater resources: Assessment of availability, quality, and usage patterns

c) Biodiversity: Evaluation of ecosystems, species extinction rates, and conservation efforts

d) Agricultural resources: Analysis of land use, crop yields, and sustainable farming practices


– Comprehensive evaluation of non-renewable resources:

a) Fossil fuel reserves: Assessment of oil, gas, and coal reserves, exploration efforts, and alternative energy sources

b) Minerals and metals: Review of available reserves, mining practices, and recycling efforts

c) Rare Earth Elements (REEs): Evaluation of availability, significance, and sustainable extraction methods

V. Identification of obstacles

– Limited availability or depletion of resources

– Environmental impacts of resource extraction and utilization

– Conflicts and competition over resource ownership/control

– Lack of sustainable management practices and policies

– Economic and political dependencies on certain resources

VI. Dependencies and interconnections

– Understanding the interdependency of resources:

a) Water-energy-food nexus: Analysis of the relationship between water availability, energy generation, and agricultural production

b) Climate and resource interconnections: Evaluation of the impacts of climate change on resource availability and vulnerability

VII. Conclusion

– Summary of the review findings

– Importance of sustainable resource management for human survival

– Recommendations for actions and policies to ensure resource sustainability

– Need for continued monitoring and reassessment of Earth resources.

Fesh Kipsa

Fesh Kipsa is a writer and consultant. She joined Newsi8 in late 2023.

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