How do Australians compare to the rest of the world in terms of eco-footprints?



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    Australia’s Ecological Footprint in the Living Planet Report 2008 was 7.8 global hectares (gha) per person. This is 2.8 times the average global Footprint (2.7 gha), and well beyond the level of what the planet can regenerate on an annual basis – an equivalent of about 2.1 global hectares per person per year.

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