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Issue 21, November 16 2009 

Contents
 
Ecological Footprint Accounting: Just like the Family Budget
 
National Geographic Looks at Impact of Growing Human Footprint
 
At Copenhagen, A New Context for International Cooperation
 
New Video on Overshoot
 
A Race Between Political and Natural Tipping Points
 
Envisioning A Low-Footprint Future for the UAE
 
EcosSistemas Puts Footprint to Use in Brazil
 
New Footprint Data to be Released this Month
 
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Our mission is to promote a sustainable economy by advancing the Ecological Footprint, a measurement tool that makes the reality of planetary limits relevant to decision-makers.
 
 


New Footprint Data to be Released this Month

Later this month, Global Footprint Network will release its 2009 National Footprint Accounts, with the latest data on the Ecological Footprint and biocapacity of over 100 nations and humanity as a whole. 

 
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The accounts reflect continued refinements and improvements to the methodology, developed in conjunction with Global Footprint Network’s National Accounts Review Committee, made up of representatives of Global Footprint Network staff and partner organizations, in particular academic institutions.

The accounts include the most updated figures as to humanity’s global Ecological Footprint and how that compares with biocapacity. They will also include rankings of Ecological Footprint per capita for over 100 nations, as well as revised maps showing which countries have an ecological deficit and which have an ecological surplus. Check www.footprintnetwork.org for the most recent facts and figures.


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Posted by Agus R on 01/05/2010 at 04:41 PM (Samarinda Indonesia)

Penghargaan setinggi-tingginya atas kerja keras tim yang penuh dedikasi.

Posted by Josh on 11/17/2009 at 06:13 PM (Univ of Colorado Denver IGERT Center for Sustainab)

Where is the “latest data on the Ecological Footprint and biocapacity of over 100 cities being posted”? I think it’s critical to take this to a city-scale. If this is being done, can someone please point me to this data? This would be quite useful to me. Thanks.


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