A measure of how much biologically productive land and water area an individual, population or activity requires to produce all the resources it consumes and to absorb the waste it generates using prevailing technology and resource management practices.
Other Word Forms of Ecological-footprint
Ecological-footprint Sentence Examples
You can reduce your ecological footprint by using less material goods.
Organic farms leave a much softer ecological footprint in terms of runoff damage to the surrounding areas.
The global Ecological Footprint was 13.5 billion global hectares in 2001, or 2.2 global hectares per person.
Organic farming and manufacturing produces less harmful runoff and leaves a smaller ecological footprint on nature, animals, and even people, which is an investment into our future that cannot be taken lightly.
Eco-conscious yogis love this mat for its earthy natural look and feel, and the low ecological footprint it creates.