Colonial Pennsylvania (PA) was rich in natural resources. Riverine systems such as the Delaware and Susquehanna provided for fisheries while the extensive forestation allowed for logging and furs. Western PA also remains rich in coal veins as another natural resource continuously exploited since colonial times.
What effect did imperialism have on econimic life of the land and people colonized by the europeans imperialism?
What effects did imperialism have on the economic life of the lands and people colonized by the European imperialists?
First, the Antarctic Treaty, which governs all land on planet earth south of 60 degrees S, forbids exploitation of all natural resources on the land under its control. Second, while there's lots of speculation about 'resources' in this geography, there is no hard evidence that any natural resources exist in 'profitable' quantities. Third, extracting natural resources from polar regions is challenging and not cost effective. For example, Shell Oil has recently abandoned its efforts in…
renewable natural resources:-those resources which can be produced again and again are called renewable natural resources. example:-plants and animals non renewable natural resources:-the resources that we can never produce by any method are called non renewable natural resources. example:-air,soil,minerals and water