"As we mark Earth Overshoot Day, today may seem no different from yesterday - you still have the same food in your refrigerator", said Wackernagel.
Humanity has overdrawn the planet's annual budget of resources.
We're only 212 days into 2018, but theoretically we've already used up all the resources that the planet has to give this year.
Unlike numerous other days we set aside each year to mark a special occasion, Earth Overshoot Day - this year falling on today's date (1 August) - is a time when humanity should take a long, hard look at itself.
"Globally, we use more ecological resources and services than nature can regenerate by overfishing, overharvesting forests and emitting more carbon dioxide into the atmosphere than ecosystems can absorb", Sanedi interim CEO Dr Thembakazi Mali explained, adding that the overshoot is the equivalent of 1.7 Earths.
GFN warns that "ecological overspending" may result in deforestation, collapsing fisheries, fresh water scarcity, soil erosion, loss of biodiversity and climate change, which includes severe droughts, wildfires and hurricanes.
We keep growing in numbers and it's a controversial thing to tell families not to have children, but the report says that if every other family had one less child, the date would move back 30 days by 2050. On the other side of the world, residents in Cape Town have had to slash water consumption in half since 2015. We are using the Earth's future resources to operate in the present and digging ourselves deeper into ecological debt.
The idea for Earth Overshoot Day originated in 1987 with the Global Footprint Network, which is a think tank centered around sustainable practices. Notable declines were seen in Singapore, the Bahamas, Denmark, United States (US), United Kingdom (UK) and France. As if that's not scary enough, with this year's day falling on August 1, it's "five months too soon - and the earliest since the world first went into ecological overshoot". Reducing food waste by half and consuming world-average calories will also help.
However, Elon Musk is still dreaming of the first Mars colony and sees the Red Planet as a future place where people can live. Tuesday, Mars will be at its absolute closest to earth, at just under 36.8 million miles.
In fact, Shiggy - the guy responsible for making said challenge go viral - has a prominent supporting role in the video, playing a loudmouthed PA, as do City Girls' Yung Miami, Big Freedia, and Phylicia Rashad as Keke's pop-culture-savvy momma.
The deal will be finalized by the end of September and is subject to the final approval of the Toronto Stock Exchange. Hydropothecary jumped 17 percent to C$4.98 at 9:50 a.m.in Toronto, while Molson Coors Canada stock rose 1.1 percent.
However, in a recent interview with VICE, Agalarov maintains that Trump Jr. did indeed contact him about it. But Sanders maintained that the president's tweets were not obstruction. "Where is the Russian Collusion?"
Past year in the United States, the West Nile infection was reported in over 2000 patients, causing deaths of 121 people. Less than 1 percent of those people contracting the virus will develop severe symptoms.
As well as providing the engines to the team, Perez's French team mate Esteban Ocon is also backed by the German manufacturer. It would represent a new era for Force India - and it's one that Perez, its very own driver, has pushed for.
Overton Prestige, a dealership in Derbyshire, has acquired the auto , which has had just the one previous owner. The auto is barely over a year old and in near-perfect condition, according to the dealer.
Temperatures staying very high in red-hot Europe
The conditions are so extreme in Spain that their government has issued its first extreme weather warning of the summer. Sweden's highest peak, a glacier on the Kebnekaise mountain, is melting at a rate of several centimetres a day.
Apple hits the $1T milestone
On Tuesday, the company said Apple Services, which includes things like the App Store and Apple Music, saw a 31% jump in revenue. Microsoft , from which Apple snatched the title of most valuable company in 2012, is at $827.53 billion today.
Leading Chinese Buddhist monk accused of sexual misconduct
Master Xuecheng of the Beijing Longquan Monastery has denied the allegations, and has received support from the monastery as well. Xinhua News Agency via Getty Images Monks sit in meditation in Longquan Monastery in Beijing , Capital of China, Sept. 27, 2015.
Chelsea FC to beat Tottenham to signing of 22-year-old
The Premier League big boys could make a £20m bid for Grealish in the coming days, however, Villa are now refusing to sell. However, new majority shareholders Nassef Sawiris and Wes Edens have steadied the ship after buying out Tony Xia.
Trump Raises Proposed Chinese Tariffs to 25%
Advisers reportedly told President Trump that China's authorities would be more likely to yield if higher tax rates were imposed. U.S. threats have escalated since, with the President saying he is ready to impose tariffs on all $500bn of Chinese imports.
Manufacturing growth tails off a bit in July: Markit
The final Markit/Nikkei survey for Japan showed the manufacturing Purchasing Managers' Index (PMI) was a seasonally adjusted 52.3. The survey compiler also said growth in new orders had weakened for a second month, falling below its historical trend.
My Health privacy to be tightened: Hunt
Mr Hunt said the government will continue to advocate to the public about the benefits of the digital health record system. While doctors were eager to see the scheme implemented , they were also at the forefront of those raising privacy issues.
Orca carries dead calf for week during ‘deep grieving’
For days now, the whale has been balancing the dead calf on her forehead or pushing it to the surface of the water. J35, a 20-year-old whale, gave birth to the first baby orca in three years , but the calf died shortly after.
New Zealand say no to playing T20 series in Pakistan
Indeed NZC officials are waiting for Pakistan to release the schedule, expected to be three matches in each form of the game. New Zealand decides against touring Pakistan "We're very sympathetic to the plight they find themselves in".