The charts indicate that countries with the highest GDPs per capita also have some of the highest biocapacity deficits, while countries with the lowest GDPs are more likely to use less resources than they produce. Surprisingly, the least sustainable countries are those that actually have the money to put towards making strides in sustainable farming and living.

This table shows extra data about each country, including the total ecological footprint of each country and how many countries and earths are required to support their use of natural resources.

Country:
CountryRegionPopulation (millions)HDIGDP per capitaTotal Ecological FootprintTotal BiocapacityBiocapacity Deficit or ReserveEarths RequiredCountries Required