An ecological study created at the the University of Adelaide’s Environment Institute in Australia has ranked most of the world’s countries for their environmental impact. The study used seven indicators resulting into two county rankings. First ranking is a proportional environmental impact index – impact is measured against total resource availability and the second ranking – an absolute environmental impact index measuring total environmental degradation at a global scale.
For the first ranking the world’s top 10 worst environmental performers are: Singapore, Korea, Qatar, Kuwait, Japan, Thailand, Bahrain, Malaysia, Philippines and Netherlands.
For the second global ranking are (in order, worst first): Brazil, USA, China, Indonesia, Japan, Mexico, India, Russia, Australia and Peru.
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