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Australia's ecological footprint Australia has one of the world's largest ecological footprints per capita, requiring 6.6 global hectares per person. Over 50% of Australia's footprint is due to greenhouse gas emissions, with the average household emitting around 14 tonnes of greenhouse gases each year. If all countries consumed the resources that we Australian's do, it would take the biocapacity of three Earths to support their lifestyle.