An ecological footprint is actually a way of defining how many of earth’s resources we demand, and serves as a comparison to how much of that demand the planet is able to regenerate. I guess you could say you see an ecological footprint when you see denuded forests, barren croplands, dried up rivers, melting glaciers, and empty fishnets, to name just a few examples.
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