If this headline looks familiar to you, that’s because we wrote an almost identical one in 2016. Except back then, we were freaking out because we’d used a year’s worth of Earth’s resources by August 8. Now, three years later, we’ve accomplished this worrying milestone more than a week earlier.

This year, July 29th marks Earth Overshoot Day – the date on which we’ve burnt through the amount of resources our planet can renew in a year.

Every year we blow this ecological budget earlier and earlier and at our current rate of resource use we’d need 1.75 planets to support our demand on Earth’s ecosystem.

The calculations includes resources such as the amount of water, land, fish and forests we use as well as how much CO2 we’re pumping into the atmosphere – basically a measure of our ecological footprint.

Our carbon footprint specifically is now 60 percent of our total global ecological footprint – with a massive 33 days of our budget overshoot used up due to CO2 emissions alone.

Read more: Science Alert