|WWF: Overconsumption of the natural resources|
The Earth production capacity is being exceeded by the global consumption by 30 percent, according to a new report from the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) called Living Planet Report (click here for the full report). The United Arab Emirates and the USA are the biggest consumers per person, and following are Kuwait, Denmark and Australia. Sweden is on 18th place. The ones leaving the the largest ecological footprint is the USA, China, India and Russia.
The report also shows the condition of the different eco-systems and species.
According to WWF, the global trend is that more and more countries are developing an ecological shortage, which eats into the natural capital. This leads to large emissions of carbondioxid, increased imports of resources and overexploitation of the animals and vegetation all over the world.
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