How many Earths would we need if everyone in the world lived the average lifestyle of the people in your country? Does your country have an ecological deficit or reserve? Which country has the largest carbon Footprint? Measuring our demand for and supply of resources is the first step toward managing them more wisely.

Become a natural resource expert and find the answers to these questions and more! Visit the Ecological Footprint Explorer Open Data Platform at data.footprintnetwork.org OR download the data in a Microsoft Excel file now to learn how many resources your country has and how much citizens use.

COVID-19 NOTICE: Be aware that, although the global Ecological Footprint was calculated for 2020 using Global Footprint Network’s “now-casting” methodology, the National Footprint Accounts  available on the Footprint Explorer Platform provide data for each year for which reliable UN data is available, starting in 1961 and up to 2016.

We are counting all the steps taken to #MoveTheDate. More steps means more impact.

Share a fact you learned from the Ecological Footprint Explorer on social media with the hashtag #MoveTheDate!

young woman sitting on floor looking at laptop

More steps to #MoveTheDate

I join the #MoveTheDate movement

couple preparing vegetarian meal

I beef up my plant-based diet

I travel with an eco-sensibility

I travel with an eco-sensibility

spread of colorful vegetables

I take on food waste

crowded city street

I start a population conversation

I jump in front of the camera

I jump in front of the camera

group of hands holding sprouts

I nurture nature

young woman sitting on floor looking at laptop

I dive into data

two men in business suits riding bicycles

I commute carbon-free

I challenge my city leaders to #MoveTheDate

I challenge my city leaders to #MoveTheDate

I streamline my wardrobe

I streamline my wardrobe