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List of Figures

  • Figure 1: Area and sea types used to calculate an ecological footprint
  • Figure 2: Total ecological footprint for a South West resident, by component, in 2001
  • Figure 3: Comparison of a South West resident's ecological footprint, with other UK regions, by component, in 2001
  • Figure 4: The domestic energy ecological footprint of a South West resident, by fuel type, in 2001
  • Figure 5: Housing and domestic energy base case and scenario ecological footprints for the South West
  • Figure 6: Total electricity base case and scenario ecological footprints for the South West
  • Figure 7: A sustainable lifestyle ecological footprint produced by combining low volunteer components
  • Figure 8: Resource flows in the South West, by mass, in 2001
  • Figure 9: Comparison of management methods used for waste generated in the South West, by sector, in 2001
  • Figure 10: Municipal solid waste base case and scenario ecological footprints for the South West, in 2020
  • Figure 11: Commercial and industrial waste base case and scenario ecological footprints for the South west, in 2020
  • Figure 12: Food ecological footprints of South West residents, compared with tonnages consumed, in 2001
  • Figure 13: Resources required to produce milk in the South West, in 2001
  • Figure 14: Resource flows associated with South West agriculture, in 2001
  • Figure 15: Purpose of travel for a South West resident, by mode, in 2001
  • Figure 16: Personal travel ecological footprint for a South West resident, by mode, in 2001
  • Figure 17: Personal transport base case and scenario ecological footprints for the South West, in 2001
  • Figure 18: Breakdown of water consumed by non-household users in the South West, in 2001
  • Figure 19: Land cover in the South West, in 2001