Ecological footprint and biocapacity

Ecological footprint and biocapacity
Much of the discussion on finite global resources has focused on the depletion of non-renewable resources, such as petroleum. It is increasingly evident that renewable resources, and the ecosystem services they provide, are also at great or even greater risk. Explore how the world uses renewable resources.

  • See the 2007 natural resource capacity and use and reserve/deficit,
  • switch views from person to nation or to a specific resource,
  • compare different countries to each other.

This interactive visualization is the result of another DataAlchemist project. Check the live version yourself and let me know your comments.

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