Per capita ecological footprint in Europe 2016, by region

In 2016, northern Europeans had the largest ecological footprint, at over five hectares. By comparison, the average person living in southern Europe had a footprint of roughly 4.1 hectares.

Ecological footprint per capita in Europe in 2016, by region (in global hectares per capita)*

Carbon footprint in global hectares per capita
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Release date

April 2019

Region

Europe

Survey time period

2016

Supplementary notes

* The global hectare (gha) measures the ecological footprint of people. One global hectare is the world's annual amount of biological production for human use and waste assimilation, per hectare of productive land.

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