1. What is the importance of conserving resources?
Conserving resources is necessary for humans to sustain themselves without destroying the world in the process. As you would know, many topographical changes in the world occur due to the pace at which the human race is consuming resources. Every natural resource, except for renewable resources, is susceptible to being scarce and can be exhausted very quickly if non-renewable resources are not sustainably used. Global warming is an example of the negative effects of consuming oil - a non-renewable resource - at a rapid pace without caring about how fast it's being consumed or the air-pollution created by it.