Ecologische footprint wwf

What is your Ecological Footprint? How many planets does it take to support your lifestyle? Take this free quiz to find out!

The Western Australian government State of the Environment Report included an Ecological Footprint measure for the average Western Australian seven times the average footprint per person on the planet in 2007, Ecologische footprint wwf total of about 15 hectares. The Ecological Footprint is an environmental accounting tool that measures how much area of biologically productive land and water an individual, population or activity requires to produce all the resources it consumes and to absorb the waste it generates, using prevailing technology and resource management practices.

The Ecological Footprint adds up all the ecological services people demand that compete for space. It includes the biologically productive area (or biocapacity) needed for crops, grazing land, builtup areas, fishing grounds and forest products. Global Footprint Network is a research organization that is changing how the world manages its natural resources and responds to climate change. WWFs Footprint Calculator: how did we work it all out?

We hope you like our carbon footprint calculator, which we created with the Stockholm Environment Institute at the University of York and the University of Leeds.

What is your Ecological Footprint? Everyone of us has an ecological footprint. To find out how far you have put your foot in it, try this site, At WWF, we work in Australia and in our AsiaPacific backyard to protect endangered species and habitats, meet the challenge of climate change, and build a world where people live in harmony with nature.