Difference between revisions of "National Footprint and Biocapacity Accounts"

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"Introduced in the early 1990s, Ecological Footprint accounts continue to be the only metric in the world that can compare overall human demand on nature against what our planet can renew. Since 2003, Global Footprint Network has been maintaining and publishing National Footprint & Biocapacity Accounts for countries. They cover all countries from 1961 to today, based on UN statistics. The latest accounts document that humanity’s total demand now exceeds what the planet can renew by over 60%."
 
"Introduced in the early 1990s, Ecological Footprint accounts continue to be the only metric in the world that can compare overall human demand on nature against what our planet can renew. Since 2003, Global Footprint Network has been maintaining and publishing National Footprint & Biocapacity Accounts for countries. They cover all countries from 1961 to today, based on UN statistics. The latest accounts document that humanity’s total demand now exceeds what the planet can renew by over 60%."
 
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*  the [[Footprint Data Foundation]] (FoDaFO) to be the stewards of these National Footprint & Biocapacity Accounts (NFAs),
  
 
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Latest revision as of 06:10, 20 November 2020

= "metric ... that can compare overall human demand on nature against what our planet can renew".

URL = https://data.footprintnetwork.org/

Description

"Introduced in the early 1990s, Ecological Footprint accounts continue to be the only metric in the world that can compare overall human demand on nature against what our planet can renew. Since 2003, Global Footprint Network has been maintaining and publishing National Footprint & Biocapacity Accounts for countries. They cover all countries from 1961 to today, based on UN statistics. The latest accounts document that humanity’s total demand now exceeds what the planet can renew by over 60%." (https://www.fodafo.org/why-fodafo.html)

More information