People have exhausted resources for the entire year 2022, and nature will not be able to restore them

People have exhausted resources for the entire year 2022, and nature will not be able to restore the

According to the Global Footprint Network and WWF, it's a date called Earth's eco-debt day, and it's a turning point when people spend everything that ecosystems can recover in one year.

"From 1 January to 28 July, mankind used all the resources that should have been sufficient until at least the end of 2022," said Mathis Wacernagel, president of the Global Footprint Network.

The day of environmental debt is moving further from the end of the year, and last year it came on July 29, as of July 28, and the trend did not break until 2020, when the beginning of the pandemic brought the day to August 22.

In order to reduce the ecological footprint and delay the date of the day of eco-debt, it is necessary to be conscious and careful about nature and its wealth, such as saving water, electricity, not buying surplus goods, monitoring eco-labelling on packages, and acting responsibly in nature during travel.