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Global Footprint Network

Ecological WealtH of Nations

All Ecological Footprint and biocapacity data is for 2012

Ecological Deficit/Reserve

An ecological deficit occurs when the Ecological Footprint of a population exceeds the biocapacity of the area available to that population. A national ecological deficit means that the nation is importing biocapacity through trade, liquidating national ecological assets or emitting carbon dioxide waste into the atmosphere. An ecological reserve exists when the biocapacity of a region exceeds its population's Ecological Footprint.

BIOCAPACITY CREDITORSBiocapacity greater than Footprint

BIOCAPACITY DEBTORSFootprint greater than biocapacity

COUNTRIES WITH BIOCAPACITY RESERVE

Percentage that biocapacity exceeds Ecological Footprint

COUNTRIES WITH BIOCAPACITY DEFICIT

Percentage that Ecological Footprint exceeds biocapacity

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Ecological Footprint per capita

GHA

Biocapacity per capita

GHA

BIOCAPACITYCREDIT(+)/DEFICIT(-)

GHA

Ecological Footprint and BiocapacityFrom 1961 to 2012

Ecological Footprint

Biocapacity

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