Green Resources. HOME - Ecological Footprint - Ecological Sustainability. Ecological footprint. (Human) ecological footprint is a measurement of anthropogenic impact on earth.
Two fields of science scope human impact on Earth; they are geospheric and biospheric sciences. Human activity is measured through ecological footprint research. Our activity is now the leading cause of climate change.  Our impact is now threatening total global collapse.   Since the 1950s the human footprint has grown so massive that it has caused Earth to enter into an new geological epoch called The Anthropocene. Biosphere Measurements Standards and methodology are starting to emerge that measure the demand for natural capital that may be contrasted with the planet's ecological capacity to regenerate. It represents the amount of biologically productive land and sea area necessary to supply the resources a human population consumes, and to assimilate associated waste.
CitiesandClimateChange.pdf (application/pdf Object) CENTER FOR REGENERATIVE STUDIES AT CAL POLY POMONA. As a former landscape architecture student from Cal Poly Pomona I am seriously considering getting a masters in Regenerative Studies, which led me to this post of explaining what that really is. The center for Regenerative studies was created by John T. Lyle a professor of landscape architecture at Cal Poly Pomona. Mr. About Anthropogenic Landscapes.