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1. Industrial chemistry processes have enabled scientists to develop replacements for natural products
1. discuss the issues associated with shrinking world resources with regard to one identified natural product that is not a fossil fuel, identifying the replacement materials used and/or current research in place to find a replacement for the named material
Timber is a shrinking resource. The need for timber has lead to the development of forest plantations and artificial timber materials such as melanite.
1. identify data, gather and process information to identify and discuss the issues associated with the increased need for a natural resource that is not a fossil fuel and evaluate the progress currently being made to solve the problems identified
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