Ecological Footprint Towards Sustainable Development: A bibliometric analysis
The present empirical study aims to analyze the ecological footprint because Climate change has become a global phenomenon due to its threat to sustainable development. This examine a bibliometric analysis to adjust the present knowledge from 761 publications related to ecological footprint from this period, covering 33 countries, 31 source , 150 institutions, 585 funding agencies, and 172 authors. between 2013 and 2022. This research evaluated citation restraints and co-Authorship networks to acknowledge contributions from select authors, organizations, and countries. Next, a co-citation breakdown of the prior literature identified four major thematic areas: ecological footprint, sustainability, climate change, the carbon footprint, and development'. For this, we use R studio productive techniques which include two types of methods first descriptive analysis like documents, and authors. Overview while another type contains structural analysis. The statistical software tool R package and VOS viewer are used to do all of these operations. The findings show that ecological footprint is a key tool for long-term environment development. This Study offers policy recommendations for creating long-term good governance that will assist national economic development.
Key words: Bibliometric analysis, Content analysis, Ecological Footprint, Network analysis, Sustainable development