72% of all people live in countries with biocapacity deficits and below-average income

A team of researchers from the Global Footprint Network, the Munasinghe Institute for Development, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory and Missouri Botanical Garden has found that approximately 72% of people globally live in countries with a biocapacity deficit and also have below-average incomes. In their paper published in the journal Nature Sustainability, the group describes examining data on the biocapacity of every country in the world for the years between 1980 and 2017.

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