05.08.2019

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The latter leads to climate change and more frequent extreme weather Events.

Moving the date of Earth Overshoot Day back five days each year would allow humanity to reach one-planet compatibility before 2050. For instance, cutting CO2 emissions from fossil-fuel burning by 50 per cent would move back the date of Earth Overshoot Day by 93 days, according to the Global Food Print Network.

Just days ahead of Earth Overshoot Day, Global Footprint Network launched the beta version of the #MoveTheDate Solutions Map, where people are invited to champion existing solutions. Users can also connect with each other on the basis of geography and focus of interest, accelerating the implementation of new projects in the real world. 

(Global Food Network/ile)

More information: https://www.overshootday.org/

Visit the #MoveTheDate Solutions Map: https://movethedate.overshootday.org/

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