What’s the right amount of pollution? How much should you pollute?
Ask yourself: what’s the right amount of pollution per person?
Cheap plastic has led to nearly every item sold in supermarkets being packaged. How long can we live when every single thing we eat, a necessity for life, pollutes and hurts people?
When you think about it, I think you’ll realize with eight billion people, if everyone pollutes forever we eventually drown in pollution.
I can only conclude the right amount is zero. I don’t see any other positive amount working. We must eventually reach that goal.
Here’s an American park showing surplus garbage. Not one piece is necessary for fun, health, longevity, or anything else, let alone life. People identify it as tragic and outrageous, though it’s nothing compared to the fuel from one individual’s responsibility of a flight or even just filling up a car’s tank of gas.
Here’s a video of it:
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