Steve in NY...that was exactly my point made earlier: it's all a compromise. However we seem to heat or light
out homes, manufacture products, drive our vehicles, fertilize and grow food, throw out our trash, use water or don't use water, dispose of our blood, urine and fecal products, there are environmental costs for everything we do.
Not stirring up the pot again, just saying that current human life on earth poses environmental costs/threats daily. The earth and it's waters have long ago become a toilet for the activities of human life. The current crisis in the United States, at least in my newspaper, focuses on the lack of fresh water. in developed. Atkins with I door plumbing, pits dug in the earth or sawdust toilets probably seem gross to most, but then again, they're not using water either.
I respect and appreciate the passion here, as Steve said posters are obviously showing concern for the environment. But depending On where you live, that will vary. I honestly am not sure what is the best solution to all of it. Especially in high consuming nations like the US
All we can do is stick to our own convictions and after presentation of the options, make an I formed decision that seems to hold.merit. Some here are concerned about water usage while others landfills. I hope I've expressed this clearly, as perhaps it depends on your slant. As no research is free from bias, and often $$$ poured in from keenly interested third parties, one must conclude at this point the entire world is scrambling with how to best deal with all environmental problems. And right: Columbia doesn't guarantee a separation from bias, greed and all the other ills of the human race, along with massive population expansion, habitat destruction etc. that have us where we have arrived. That you all are concerned about it is the better, and more promising picture of hopeful healing for our only planet earth.
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