assets are becoming the decisive competitive factors in global
that know their ecological assets, manage them,
protect them and use them
wisely, will be better off. The Global
Footprint Network (GFN) is working to create the future in which the
Ecological Footprint will be globally accepted
metric, as prominent as the GDP.
GFN has launched Ten-in-Ten campaign with the goal of institutionalizing
Ecological Footprint in at least ten key national governments by 2015. GFN
solid start: more than 35 nations have engaged with the organization
nations have completed reviews of the Footprint, while Japan,
Switzerland, UAE, Ecuador, Finland, Scotland, Wales
have formally adopted it, and more...