Earth Overshoot Day
What is Earth Overshoot Day?
Earth Overshoot Day is the date that human demand for ecological resources and services have surpassed what the Earth can regenerate in a year. According to the Global Footprint Network, July 29 was the Earth Overshoot Day for 2019. July 29 is the earliest Earth Overshoot Day since ecological overshoot started in the early 1970s. This follows a 30-year trend that has steadily pushed overshoot days earlier and it means we’re using nature’s resources 1.75 times faster than the Earth can regenerate which means whatever resource we use for the next 4 months, we are in debt to the Earth.
What can we do to push forward Overshoot day? It's something that each one of us should think of and take action.
ECO PRO 2022 @ TOKYO BIG SIGHT.
We will have a booth at Eco Pro!
Christmas is a special day all over the world but it is also not the most environmentally-friendly time either. This festive season has been the peak consumption period but you CAN actually have a more eco-friendly Christmas without loosing the fun! Here are some tips for a more greener and more sustainable festive season!
We will have an Eco Market at Hiroo! We've invited different vendors to join as well. Please stop by.