Earth Overshoot Day is almost back to pre-pandemic date

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International research and sustainability organization Global Footprint Network has calculated this year’s date of Earth Overshoot Day being on July 29, which is the status of the years before Covid-19 kicked in and a temporary dip in carbon emissions was visible. Earth Overshoot Day marks the date when humanity’s demand ...

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