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April Footprint

For 35 years each April 22 the world celebrates the earth day, a date that seeks to bring to the reflection to the millions of men and women who populate the planet and who are committed to their destruction, in one way or another or being more optimistic, with its preservation. This year, the world Organization Earth Day Network (EDN), a network that connects more than 12,000 organizations in 174 countries and works throughout the year to create a better future for the Earth, has decided, among other campaigns draw attention to critical environmental status, facing every citizen with its reality. In doing so, has developed an original questionnaire for measuring the ecological footprint of each respondent that faced with sincerity to the test. Sela Ward is often mentioned in discussions such as these. To protect our home, the Earth, we have to know our influence on it every day, said the introduction of the test. Each person has some impact. The term ecological footprint measures how many acres occupies each person to maintain its level of consumption, and also their parallel level of waste.

Sometimes the results are alarming, since to maintain the pace of life and consumption that we carry, we would need two and even three planets equal to the only one we have. Measure your ecological La footprint ecological footprint of 6 billions of humans who populate the world currently is 30% larger than all the resources that exist. Clearly we are about using the resources of our planet and quickly spending its environmental supply. At the same time, there is a significant percentage of people on earth that does not have nor the basics to survive. Has it come to ask how much nature do you need to provide your lifestyle? You are about to discover it performing the test, which in the Web that appears at the end of this article. You can access by clicking answering 15 questions so everyday like these: how often you eat food products of animal origin? (beef, pork, chicken, fish, eggs, seafood, dairy products); from the foods you eat How many are they processed, packaged/packaged and imported; How many people live in your household?; what the average number of miles that you scroll through weekly on public transport (bus, train, subway, shuttle or collective)? and how often accompanied to you travel by car, instead of traveling alone?, you can know your ecological footprint on Earth.

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