What is an ecological footprint and how is it calculated?

The Ecological Footprint measures the amount of biologically productive land and sea area an individual, a region, all of humanity, or a human activity that compete for biologically productive space.

Besides, what is ecological footprint and biocapacity?

These productivity weighted biologically productive hectares allow researchers to report both the biocapacity of the earth or a region and the demand on biocapacity (the Ecological Footprint). A global hectare is a biologically productive hectare with world average biological productivity for a given year.

What is our ecological footprint?

The simplest way to define ecological footprint would be to call it the impact of human activities measured in terms of the area of biologically productive land and water required to produce the goods consumed and to assimilate the wastes generated.

What country has the largest ecological footprint?

Countries With The Highest Ecological Footprints

RankCountryEcological Footprint In Global Hectares Per Capita
1United Arab Emirates10.68

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