Human activity such as mining, destroying forests, consuming resources upsets the ecological balance in nature.
A lot of human activities also lead to depletion of the ozone layer.
Natural Gas: Natural gas in India has gained importance particularly in last decade.
Natural gas in India can be obtains from Tripura State, Krishna Godavari field and gas associates in petroleum products.
Petroleum: Petroleum product has become an imperative source if energy in India.
In India Petroleum products can be obtained from Digbol, Assam, around the Gulf of Khambat in Gujarat, off shore in Arabian Sea, spread out from Mumbai up to 100miles.
Fossil fuel such as coal, petroleum and natural gases nuclear power like uranium and metal ors are some examples non renewable resource found in India.
Non renewable resources found in India: Coal: Coal is the mainly used energy in India and occupies the leading position. In India coal is obtained mostly from Damodar River, Son River, Godavari River, Andra Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Orissa, Madhya Pradesh, West Bengal, Tamil Nadu, Meghalaya, Jammu and Kashmir.
There is a limited capacity of the planet to meet the increasing demand for resources and to absorb the emissions and waste resulting from their use.
In several cases it has been seen that the existing demand exceeds the carrying capacity of the environment.