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Ecological Damage Index – a failure index

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From Jorge Buzaglo and Leo Buzaglo Olofsgård and current RWER issue Ecological Damage Index The ecological dimension of the extended failure index includes only one indicator. There are of course many other sources of ecological damage, but climate warming is by far the most dangerous and urgent. GHG per capita emissions: That is, the annual greenhouse gas emissions of the average individual in the country. The personal GHG footprint reflects the country’s average individual damage to the atmosphere. (Source: WIR22). The United States, Australia, and Canada are in a special category of very high (per capita) GHG emitters. The lowest emitters are low-income countries. next the Exclusion Index or read more now about failure indexes here

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from Jorge Buzaglo and Leo Buzaglo Olofsgård and current RWER issue

Ecological Damage Index

Ecological Damage Index – a failure index

The ecological dimension of the extended failure index includes only one indicator. There are of course many other sources of ecological damage, but climate warming is by far the most dangerous and urgent.

  1. GHG per capita emissions: That is, the annual greenhouse gas emissions of the average individual in the country. The personal GHG footprint reflects the country’s average individual damage to the atmosphere. (Source: WIR22).

The United States, Australia, and Canada are in a special category of very high (per capita) GHG emitters. The lowest emitters are low-income countries.

next the Exclusion Index

or read more now about failure indexes here

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