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Social well-being in Slovenia has been improving consistently. The level of human development is high. Men and women have almost equal access to healthcare, income and education, although the distribution of social power between the sexes remains unequal.

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In 2017, the ecological footprint of Slovenia was 4.9 gha per capita. For such a lifestyle 3.1 Earths would be required for the world's population to live within planetary regenerative capacity. This places Slovenia above the average of the EU countries (4.6 gha per capita). The carbon footprint usually accounts for around 60% of the total ecological footprint and therefore needs to receive comparatively more attention. According to consumption categories, housing and personal transportation contribute the most to the ecological footprint in Slovenia.


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