overshoot


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Synonyms for overshoot

an approach that fails and gives way to another attempt

shoot beyond or over (a target)

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Experts said delaying Earth Overshoot Day at least five days each year would help return resource boundaries by 2050.
One-planet compatibility requires moving the date of Earth Overshoot back to December 31 or beyond.
At this point, the stakes are too high to not at least investigate whether geoengineering can be harnessed to help remediate climate overshoot. This message needs to be driven home.
To calculate the (http://data.footprintnetwork.org/#/) Earth Overshoot Day , Earth's biocapacity and humanity's ecological footprint has to be calculated.
Worldwide, fossil fuels are the main culprit for our resource overshoot. In fact, they currently make up 60 percent of humanity's ecological footprint.
The post BoE's Carney: can tolerate 'a bit' of inflation overshoot appeared first on Cyprus Mail .
Developing nations see overshoot as a betrayal of commitments by the rich and a recipe to worsen heatwaves such as in the Middle East this year or a thaw of Greenland's ice sheet that could swamp island states by raising global sea levels.
by Bloomberg News Whether ECB policy makers would show tolerance for any overshoot at all remains, for now, an open question.
Markets have a tendency to overshoot, which means if you are able to minimise overshooting, you also tend to reduce volatility.'
Today is Earth Overshoot Day, marking the moment this year when mankind exhausts a 12-month "supply" of nature.
Overpopulation + Overdevelopment = Overshoot. Compiled and edited by conservationist Tom Butler (who is the Editorial Projects Director of the Foundation for Deep Ecology and the President of the Northeast Wilderness Trust), "Overdevelopment, Overpopulation, Overshoot" is as large and dramatic as the topic it covers.
along with seven other staff members and four flight crew "to overshoot" the runway.
"One overshoot of a junction and couple more that we almost overshot were about the only problems to report.
The world has reached "earth overshoot day", the point in the year that humans have exhausted supplies such as land, trees and fish and outstripped the planet's annual capacity to absorb waste products, including carbon dioxide.
"We continue to believe that fundamentally the rupee is undervalued and has overshot its equilibrium level substantially, but as numerous episodes of past currency crises have amply demonstrated, under a scenario of deep pessimism, currencies can overshoot substantially and remain so for a long time," economists at the bank were quoted as saying by The Times of India.