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16th Edition
G. Tyler Miller + 1 other
Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 9781337569613

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Chapter 1, Problem 1EFA, FIGURE 1.11 Ecological debtors and creditors. The ecological footprints of some countries exceed

FIGURE 1.11 Ecological debtors and creditors. The ecological footprints of some countries exceed their biocapacity, while other countries have ecological reserves. Critical thinking: Why do you think that the United States is an ecological debtor country?

Which three countries have the largest ecological deficits? For each of these countries, why do you think it has a deficit?

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