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nonrenewable resource


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  • n. Something (specifically a resource) that will not return, or renew, or will only return after a long period of time.


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  • Neither these decisions nor Norwegian oil policies in general were the result of careful rational calculations exploiting a nonrenewable resource by maximizing the net present value of investments Aarrestad, 1984; Rees, 1985.

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