Natural Resources

International Legal Research

Information about Natural Resources in free legal resources:

Treaties & Agreements

International Organizations

Jurisprudence $ Commentary

European Union

IP Law

Natural Resources

Minerals

Environment and Natural Resources

Includes Acid Rain, Air Quality, Coal, Conservation, Energy, Fisheries, Forests, Hazardous Waste, Land Use, Resources, Oceanography, Oil Spills, Parks, Pesticides, Petroleum, Pollution, Recreation, Rivers, Solar Energy, Toxic Substances, Trails, Water, Wildlife.

Depletion of Natural Resources (in the Human Development Area)

In this context, Depletion of Natural Resources means: is a mismatch between available natural resources and the needs of the country, region, enterprices.

Natural Resources (in the Human Development Area)

In this context, Natural Resources means:

substances and the environment that exist in nature regardless of the existence of human kind, and the latter can use it to produce any of the goods; this includes mineral natural resources, soil, flora and fauna, as well as various environmental, climate, landscape, wind, etc.; all the resources are divided into exhaustible and inexhaustible, renewable energy and non-renewable.

Resources (in the Human Development Area)

In this context, Resources means:

any sources and conditions for obtaining goods necessary for people’s material and spiritual wealth.

Exhaustible Resources (in the Human Development Area)

In this context, Exhaustible Resources means:

Sort of the natural resources that by incorrect economic exploitation can lead to their extinction.

Inexhaustible Resources (in the Human Development Area)

In this context, Inexhaustible Resources means: inexhaustible natural resources, lack of which isn’t felt neither now and nor in the foreseeable future (e.g., atmospheric air, water, solar energy, energy of winds, etc.). The inexhaustible resources concept is relative since they in qualitative aspect can be exhausted, their suitability can decrease at considerable environmental pollution.

Introduction

Natural Resources

This entry provides an overview of the legal framework of natural resources, with a description of the most significant features of natural resources at international level.

Related Work and Conclusions

Resources

See Also

  • International Economic Law
  • Economy
  • Foreign Direct Investment
  • Economic Law

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References (Papers)

  • Oklahoma, Matt Schlensker, Justin Fisher, Sep 2017
  • New Mexico, Zach Gaver, Sep 2017
  • Missouri, Heather Gale Graham, Sep 2017
  • Kentucky, Sarah M. Lange, Sep 2017
  • Arkansas, Kelli D. Smith, Sep 2017
  • Fracturing Misconceptions: A History Of Effective State Regulation, Groundwater Protection, And The Ill-Conceived Frac Act, Wes Deweese, Sep 2017

Hierarchical Display of Natural resources

Environment > Natural environment
Environment > Environmental policy > Environmental policy > Management of resources
Environment > Environmental policy > Environmental protection > Conservation of resources
Economics > Economic conditions > Economic conditions > Economic resources

Natural resources

Concept of Natural resources

See the dictionary definition of Natural resources.

Characteristics of Natural resources

Resources

Translation of Natural resources

Thesaurus of Natural resources

Environment > Natural environment > Natural resources
Environment > Environmental policy > Environmental policy > Management of resources > Natural resources
Environment > Environmental policy > Environmental protection > Conservation of resources > Natural resources
Economics > Economic conditions > Economic conditions > Economic resources > Natural resources

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