“Earth Overshoot Day marks the date when we (all of humanity) have used more from nature than our planet can renew in the entire year.”
Today is the calculated Earth Overshoot Day, an initiative from our friends at the Global Footprint Network, where we have used more resources than our planet currently offers. Watch the video below to get a better idea of exactly what this means.
Emilygrene Corp. is proud to support the Global Footprint Network in their efforts to change the way the world measures and manages its natural resources. The images below show how we have increased the amount of natural resources used in a year.
As part of our #GreenerTogether community outreach program, it is our goal to bring you this vital information and introduce you to organizations such as the Global Footprint Network to hopefully inspire you to work with all of us toward a greener future. As bleak as some of these facts may look, there are measures we can take today that can make a difference.
Head on over to www.overshootday.org to get more of the facts about Earth Overshoot Day, explore solutions, and start your path toward moving the date. Commit to #MoveTheDate by signing up or donating, and choose your very own activity that will help to end earth overshoot by 2050.
Post about your activity on social media with #MoveTheDate to let your friends, family, and everyone else know how easy it is to “Go Grene This Summer.”
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Join our EG Street Team today to stay up-to-date on initiatives like Earth Overshoot Day, as well as resources and activities that can make change happen now. Plus, you get a spiffy pin to show your support wherever you go.
Our Emilygrene Corp. friends and community partners create opportunities like this one to jump into the green energy movement without very much difficulty. We strive to bring you more big events like Earth Overshoot Day so we can all work together to bring awareness to energy efficiency and clean technology.
Help us spread the word about green energy by sharing this link, telling us about your own green activities, and posting with #GreenerTogether, #MoveTheDate, or #GoGreneThisSummer.