Ecological footprint

The ecological footprint is an internationally recognized symbol and indicator of sustainability. People, homes, regions, countries as well as companies leave ecological footprints based on their lifestyles, standards of living and activities. The ecological footprint indicates how much biocapacity (measured in hectares) is needed for the consumption of resources and disposal of waste. The concept was developed in 1994 by Mathis Wackernagel und William E. Rees.

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