A substantial portion of Ecological Footprint and biocapacity data is available for free at data.footprintnetwork.org so that as many people as possible can use it to help create a more sustainable future. We also provide technical support and some additional data for license under specific circumstances.
National Footprint and Biocapacity Account Data Licenses
Free Public Data Set
Free Footprint data license for general use. Download includes the latest (2017) Ecological Footprint and biocapacity results, Ecological Footprint and biocapacity time series graphs (1961-2017), graphics of global overshoot, Human Development Index-Footprint, and ecological deficit/reserve map, data quality scores, calculation factors, and our Scientific and Editorial Review Policy.
$14,000 for 40 hours of technical support, the now-casted results that project the data into the current year, a five-page report on some key insights including notable countries and/or sectors of interest, and on July 31 a rough estimate of the Footprint intensity of sectors including carbon.
$5,000 for the Consumption Land Use Matrix (CLUM) for one country and 10 hours of technical support for capacity building so analysts can update the CLUM and their country’s Ecological Footprint calculation internally.
$5,000 for early release of data and nowcasted results for one country on January 1, rather than the April release of the latest National Footprint and Biocapacity Accounts, and 10 hours of technical support.
National Footprint and Biocapacity Account Workbook Licenses
License for academics, researchers, and government agencies with special research requirements. License allows users to view and modify the data sources and methods used in calculating the National Footprint and Biocapacity Accounts and publish their results. Data includes spreadsheets for one country from the 2021 Edition (data year 2017). $600 fee. Reduced fee for academics.
Free learning license for registered academics and students seeking to learn more about Ecological Footprint calculations and data sets. Data includes spreadsheets for the world and one representative country (Hungary) from National Footprint and Biocapacity Accounts 2018 Edition (data year 2014).