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Resource depletion is the consumption of resource at a faster rate than the replenishment rate. There are two types of resources – renewable and non-renewable. The depletion of non-renewable resource is a major environmental issue. The non renewable resources that are depleting rapidly are fossil fuels, water, land, etc.

1. The depletion of land resources – The fertile soil of land gets destroyed due to soil erosion, waterlogging, and other activities like production of bricks.


2. The depletion of water resources – It causes of acute shortage of water all over India. Water is required in almost every field whether it is agriculture or industries or household. The water shortage is a major problem faced by the world today.


3. Depletion of biodiversity – Habitat is another major environmental issue which can be caused due to expansion of areas under agricultural and it can endanger many species of flora and fauna.


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