ecological footprint

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Costa Rica

According to the study of a British think-tank, Costa Rica is the happiest country in the world. The country hosts more than 5% of the world´s biodiversity even though its landmass only takes up 0.03% of the planet´s surface More than 25% of its land is dedicated to national parks with more than 100 different protected areas.
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Rethinking National Competitiveness in a Resource-Constrained World

The purpose of this figure is to stimulate the discussion for more comprehensive competitiveness measurements and indicators, leading to the rethinking of competitiveness in terms of how limits to material growth will shape each nation and world future. Although most national competitiveness analyses are based on the Global Competitiveness Index (GCI) and the 12 pillars of economic competitiveness, there are other aspects that play crucial roles in determining economic growth and long-term prosperity.
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Ecological Footprint and Investment in Natural Capital

See which countries have the largest and smallest ecological footprint in Asia. What can we do to protect our depleting ecosystem?

The Anthropocene

These are some of the indicators showing how peculiar our human-influenced epoch actually is.
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