Disadvantages of Natural Resources in developing countries are:
- Source of inter communal crises in developing areas; e.g Irag and Iran
- Deforestation; cutting down of trees for erection of structures and building with an aim of civilization.
- Over population; emigration from rural areas to urban areas causing decongestion
The disadvantages of natural resources to developing countries is lack of processing facilities. This means that they have to export them to other countries to be processed and then they pay for the finished goods.
A developing company can use their natural resources to get the capital they need for globalizing their economy. They can build a new infrastructure, which will help them communicate with the outside world.
It is important for developing countries to utilize their natural resources efficiently.
One of the key disadvantages of natural resources is that humans can run out of them if they are not properly managed. A scarcity of natural resources can cause disputes and wars over basic necessities.
Poor countries have more natural resources because they do not have the funds to extract them.
Philippines is the riches country in terms of natural resources
Ronnie de Camino Velozo has written: 'Incentives for community involvement in conservation programmes' -- subject(s): Citizen participation, Conservation of natural resources, Developing countries, Forest conservation, Incentives in conservation of natural resources, Renewable natural resources
The province of Alberta is developing its natural resources. All of the resources of the FBI were devoted to locating the kidnapper. One of the most important natural resources of the Earth is water.
For the natural resources there.
Advantage is that some natural resources are renewable, ex: trees, disadvantage well some are nonrenewable, ex: oil.
because they need to take their natural resources
They are similar in both but the natural resources in both countries are steadily depleting.
I gotta say Nigeria has mad natural resources. I mean JACKPOT!
No Uzbekistan is Poorer then her surrounding countries according to its natural resources, but is good in development, Afghanistan is richer in Natural resources and Kazakhstan is the richest countries in central Asia
Affluence affect greatly on how resources are used in a country. Wealthier people tend to buy more materials that uses a lot of energy and resources. Most either developed or developing countries are using up resources faster than they can be replenished.
A state can benefit from having natural resources because it would not have to import resources from different countries and states, thus, not having to pay for the long transport from other countries and states
the best resource to be exploited would be the tropical environment of the Caribbean itself. The environment is the natural resource that is attracting tourism and therefore generating income for the much needed developing countries in the Caribbean
As developing nations industrialize and make use of capital resources new challenges to the supply of the worlds natural resources will no doubt appear because more and more resources are being used. Also there are more people to feed and provide resources for.
John Vereker has written: 'Managing resources for development' -- subject(s): Conservation of natural resources, Developing countries, Economic conditions, Economic development projects, Economic policy, Management, Resource allocation
Countries trade for raw materials that they need for energy and to manufacture products. Therefore, the more natural resources a nation has, the more it will prosper. Natural resources are very important. countries all over the world use natural resources for practically everything. buildings, cars,and everything that is man made.
As with all developing nations, it chiefly relies on exporting it's natural resources.
Japan's islands did not have the natural resources such as petroleum, mineral ores and other necessary resources. They invaded countries that had any of the resources they needed.
People or countries trade natural resources to help each other, then they also rely on other countries to give them something in return.
Population growth,Natural resources and geography,education and technology,religion,external debt,capital flight,corruption,war and its aftermath. (Glencoe:Economic Principles and practices)