Results for: Ecological-footprint

In Science

Why is the ecological footprint of a vegetarian smaller than that of a meat eater?

The production of meat requires far more water, land, and fossil   fuels than would the production of the same amount of plant-based food. Up to   16 pounds of grain are (MORE)

What is an ecological footprint?

An ecological footprint measures how much of the planet's resources you use, and converts this to the amount of land needed to provide the resources and assimilate your waste. (MORE)

What is ecology?

The study of how living things interact with each other and with their environment is called ecology. 1.the branch of biology that deals with the relations of organisms to on (MORE)
In Biology

What are factors contributing to ecological footprints?

Our ecological footprint measures how fast we consume resources and  generate waste. It is usually focused on five or six factors:     Water  Energy  Transport and (MORE)

How do footprints get fossilized?

Footprints become fossilized because when a dinosaur makes an imprint in something such as mud and it dries without being disturbed, material builds up on top of it until time (MORE)