Which of the following resources cannot be conserved?
Garbage cannot be conserved as it is the waste material that has already been used and cannot be reused again for its original purpose. Garbage is generated from households, industries, and commercial establishments, and consists of waste materials such as food scraps, plastics, paper, and other materials that cannot be used again in their original form. While some garbage can be recycled, reused or repurposed, the bulk of it is sent to landfills or incinerators for disposal, and cannot be conserved as a resource. On the other hand, forests, water, and soil can be conserved by using them sustainably, managing them wisely, and protecting them from degradation or destruction.