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A sustainability indicator that shows the amount of land needed to support an individual’s lifestyle in terms of food, consumer goods, energy consumption, etc., and also the amount needed to absorb the resulting carbon emissions from the burning of fossil fuels. It also includes the land required to provide space for our infrastructure, including roads and built-up areas. The larger the footprint, the larger the burden on the environment.

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I am Gogul. I care about the alternative forms of energy production, such as wind, solar, and water energy. She supports the areas Smart Grid, including plants, transmission, distribution, efficiency, leaks, and management.

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