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 we can take towards managing them more wisely.

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

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!

Now that you’ve learned about a step that you can take in your personal life, check out some of the many existing solutions that companies, cities, and countries can deploy at scale to help humanity reach one-planet prosperity.


Rural Solar Power and Microgrids

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Financing Decarbonization

Atmos Financial

Land Stewardship for Low Impact Beef Production

Improved Emissions Standards for Trucks

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Passive House for the Elderly

Residencia de Ancianos

Water and Wastewater Services

Building Retrofits – Multi-family housing

Low-Carbon Circular Concrete


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Vacation Closer to Home

Smart Cities

eco data center

EcoDataCenter, the world’s first climate-positive data center

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Improved Rice Production