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Nick Carter, director general at RSB, said: "We are pleased to be supporting EWS-WWF in its work on the Ecological Footprint Initiative.
The conference recommended that Arab countries reduce their ecological footprints by restoring degraded land, refilling depleted aquifers and fisheries as well as reducing pollution and generating less waste overall.
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] Is Africa's ecological footprint on the right path?
The report said that the country's ecological footprint totalled 11.
Right from the initiatives like the Ecological Footprint Initiative (Al Bassama Al Bee'ah) to declaring Wadi Wuraiah as a protected zone, the EWS has in a decade of its service laid ground for the sustainable development of the UAE.
According to the 2010 Living Planet Report by the World Wildlife Fund, UAE residents have the biggest ecological footprint in the world.
Mathis Wackernagel, pioneer of the Ecological Footprint research method, is among five recipients of this year's Zayed International Prize for the Environment, one of the world's most prestigious sustainability awards.
In 2010, Darwin has emerged as Australia's most sustainable city, scoring highly on biodiversity, household repayments and employment, despite coming second-last on ecological footprint and health indicators.