The “ecological footprint” measures a population’s demand for the resources and services our ecosystems provide – fruits and vegetables, meat, fish, wood, cotton for clothing and carbon dioxide absorption by forests.
The “ecological footprint” measures a population’s demand for the resources and services our ecosystems provide – fruits and vegetables, meat, fish, wood, cotton for clothing and carbon dioxide absorption by forests. Barbara Davidson Los Angeles Times
The “ecological footprint” measures a population’s demand for the resources and services our ecosystems provide – fruits and vegetables, meat, fish, wood, cotton for clothing and carbon dioxide absorption by forests. Barbara Davidson Los Angeles Times

California is overusing its natural resources

July 11, 2015 5:00 PM

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