It’s so painful to read articles that show the condition of our beloved Earth.
Although posts reach a relative few, if any readers still buy plastic jugs of water they should take their jugs (I do this) and fill them with purified water. Many supermarkets have those machines.
Disaster Capitalists understand that diminished supply increases price. Probably, some of these sociopaths look forward to the day when the only fish available will be those “farm-raised” and either full of antibiotics or genetically modified.
I try to remember to bring my fabric bag to the supermarket so as not to use plastic bags.
I’m always amazed how many bags cashiers use. For a small order, they’ll use 4-6 bags. I tell them that the bags end up out at sea and choke birds who take them for jellyfish and try to eat them.
Those who emphasize overpopulation never seem to consider that it’s not the numbers, it’s how the numbers live and a fair assessment of what that means takes income, location, and values into perspective. Many values have been conditioned by the marketplace–that is, the same entities positioned to make out like bandits from particular sales.
Dr. Seuss got it right in “The Lorax.” The movie that was made did the book a major disservice.