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What is Ecological Footprint?

An ecological footprint measures the environmental impact of an individual, organization, or population by calculating the amount of land and water required to produce the resources consumed and absorb the waste generated. It provides a snapshot of resource use and environmental impact. Reducing ecological footprints involves adopting sustainable practices, conserving resources, and reducing waste. The concept highlights the need for sustainable resource management and environmental stewardship.

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