Mathis Wackernagel

Ecological Footprints

Since the mid 1980's humans have been using more resources than the planet could replenish. Now a new study compares each nation's ecological footprint.

Environment

Ecological footprints

A new study by Global Footprint Network compares the ecological footprints of 93 nations across the globe -- and finds that Cuba is the only one developing sustainably. Global Footprint Network Director Mathis Wackernagel tells host Bruce Gellerman why Cuba tops the list and other nations don't.

Environment

Ecological footprints

A new study by Global Footprint Network compares the ecological footprints of 93 nations across the globe -- and finds that Cuba is the only one developing sustainably. Global Footprint Network Director Mathis Wackernagel tells host Bruce Gellerman why Cuba tops the list and other nations don't.

Ecological Footprints

Since the mid 1980's humans have been using more resources than the planet could replenish. Now a new study compares each nation's ecological footprint.