March 21, 2023

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Planetary Resources ‘Exide Day’ returns to 2019 level

Planetary Resources 'Exide Day' returns to 2019 level

More than five months from the end of the year, this July 29th we will be budgeting the Biodiversity Planets for 2021, Glasgow-based politician Susan Aitken said in a press release on Tuesday that she will be hosting COP26 on climate next November.

If we need a reminder about the weather and environmental emergencies we are facing, Earth Overtake Day will take care of it.

A quote from:Susan Aitken, politician in Glasgow

This index aims to illustrate the rapid utilization of the expanding human population on a limited planet. In a colorful way, it will take 1.7 acres of land this year to meet the needs of the world’s population in a sustainable manner.

Date is calculated by crossing the environmental footprint of human activity (land and sea surfaces required to produce consumed resources and absorb population waste) and Biocapacita The ability of ecosystems to reproduce and absorb the earth’s (human-generated waste), especially CO sequestration2).

The Exceeded Human stress occurs when the ecosystems exceed their reproductive capacity. It will never stopONG, Extend 50 years:

  • December 29, 1970
  • November 4, 1980
  • October 11, 1990
  • September 23, 2000
  • August 7, 2010

In 2020, this date Postponed for three weeks Under the influence of containers connected to the COVID-19 pandemic.

This year’s recovery is explained by a 6.6% increase in the carbon footprint and a 0.5% decrease in global forest biocapacity. Mostly due Maximum deforestation in the Amazon, According to ‘ONG.

Although the carbon footprint attached to the transport is lower than the previous level of the pandemic, the one connected to the force must recover significantly.

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These data clearly show that the recovery plans of the COVID-19 era can be successful in the long run if they rely on the regeneration and wise management of environmental resources., Says Laurel Hanscom, CEO From the Global Footprint Network, cited in a press release.