Evaluate your resulting ecological footprint and its breakdown for each consumption category (food, goods, home (both shelter and electricity), and transportation).
Consider what the ecological footprint is and what the general conclusions are determined by the ecological footprint assessment at the individual and national levels. Reflect on what are some of the demands of your current lifestyle on the planet. Can your lifestyle become more sustainable, and are individual actions necessary and/or important? Describe two lifestyle changes to reduce your EF and become more sustainable. Indicate (quantitative) reductions that these changes would lead to by using external sources of evidence as supporting information. Support the evaluation with highly specific and highly relevant examples of lifestyle choices.