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Natural Resources, Classification of Natural Potential, Sustainable Development

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Natural resources are limited, whether it is a non - renewable and renewable resources. Planet Earth has a natural capacity and it is a given for the human community. The current pace of development of world economy and the accelerated population growth threaten to soon lead to exhaustion of non - renewable energy resources, ore .., and to exceed the speed limit regeneration of renewable resources (water, energy, food) and thus lead into question the survival of human communities and future generations. Only through the application of the principles of sustainable development (sustainable use of resources) and implementation of logic of survival can provide a safe and steady growth and development present and future generations [1].
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  • College of Textile Design, Technology and Management, Belgrade, Serbia
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