In a recent study conducted by Priceonomics, looked at the the ecological footprint of each country and compared them to each other. They determined that people are using "vastly" more resources than the earth can reproduce, even with all the environmental legislation being passed around the globe. China, the US, and India carry the largest global ecological footprint, while Montserrat, and Nauru have the smallest. Likewise, Canada has the, "most environmentally friendly major economy and tops the list with 7.42 global hectares per person of surplus". This essentially means that Canada is has produces more than they need for the amount of people in their country. South Korea is on the opposite side of the spectrum with a surplus defect of around 5.19 HPP. In conclusion, countries with larger economies are far more likely to extract more than what can be replenished, and if that pattern does not change over time, we are going to be in a pickle.