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Page 1 of 2, 92037e26eb9c26347bf81ab05f54f6a66e476e21.xls , Ecological Footprint of Households, Mathis Wackernagel and Dick Richardson, 08/27/2011 Assess your Household's Ecological Footprint by Mathis Wackernagel and Dick Richardson First, (and optional) calculate how many minutes of life energy it takes to earn one dollar. (Enter your income and hours spent) Fulfillment: Did I get fulfillment from this expenditure of life energy? 1,000 dollars earned per month (after taxes) 40.00 hours of work per week Alignement: Was this expenditure of life energy in alignement 900 work related dollars spent per month 2.00 unpaid hours per week for work preparation (commuting etc.) with my stated life purpose? It takes 109 minutes of life energy to spend one dollar! After FI: How much might I spend if I didn't have to work for a living? + : increase for more fulfillment; 0 : - : decrease for more fulfillment; Second, choose whether you want to work with metric or US measurements. m : put "m" for metric, "s" for US standard 0 : O.K. as is Third, register your monthly consumption in column D (or your yearly consumption in column E). Footprint Calculation Matrix for Households page #1 of 2 monthly Number of people in the household: 4
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