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Human survival and progress of society are based on resources and services provided by the environment of the earth. The environment has been greatly influenced by mankind production process and consumption. It is said that the regeneration capacity of mankind-supported ecosystem is severely threatened, which limits the development of human society in turn. Therefore, how to get a harmonious and sustainable development of environment, mankind and society has become a hot issue of many international organizations and inpiduals. The concept of sustainable development, offered by Brundtland's report Our Common Future in 1987, promoted the study on relationship between environment and human society.
Essentially, the sustainable development indicates that the pressure made by human activities is not allowed beyond the supported capacity provided by the earth biosphere. Therefore, to measure the pressure made by mankind on environment is an important task in sustainable development field. Many efforts have been made since 1960s (Odum, 1993; Meaduws, et. al., 1972; Lieth and Whittaker, 1975; Holder and Ehrlich, 1974). After 1980s, there had been a great progress in the study on natural resources utilization. There are representative researches, such as human appropriation of net primary productivity of the biosphere (Vitousek, et. al., 1986), evaluation of system energy (Pimentel, et. al., 1994), sustainable process index (Krotscheck and Narodoslawsy, 1996), social-ecological indicators (Christain, et. al., 1996), evaluation of ecosystem service (Costanza, et. al., 1997) and ecological footprint technique (Wackernagel and Rees, 1996), etc. All these studies aims to quantitatively reflect the use of natural resources and services provided by environment, and let human realize the pressure made by themselves on environment and reduce negative effect to the environment.
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