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JULY 29TH – EARTH OVERSHOOT DAY 2019

JULY 29TH – EARTH OVERSHOOT DAY 2019

Today, July the 29th of 2019, is Earth Overshoot Day. The Earth Overshoot Day marks the date when we have used exactly the earth resources that our planet can renew in a 12-months period. In 2018, it fell on August 1. In a single year; the earth resource production capacity has been reduced with two days…

We are using 1.7 Earths a year.

We use more ecological resources and services than nature can regenerate due to overfishing, overharvesting, deforestation, and emitting an increasing amount of CO2 into the atmosphere.

Do you know your personal CO2-footprint? Calculate your footprint here and check how many trees you would need to plant to become climate-neutral.