Renewable resources are those that are able to regrow or be replaced within a person’s lifespan. Thus, by this classification, wood is a renewable resource. That is just to speak generally. To be specific and conditional, some forest trees are unable to regrow within one person’s lifespan and are thus non-renewable. Sometimes, for example, a rain forest can not simply grow back to its former state with just added soil and water but would take much time.
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