Environmental theory and collection of ideas/Ideas about what not to do
Passive, but radical environmentalism is probably the wisest way for those who are poor and do not have an environmentalism-related profession. Here're some one-liner ideas for passive environmentalism, or in other words, ideas about what we should not do, in order to protect the environment better (summary of other parts of this book is also included):
- Those who are poorer than the average should not beget more than two children.
- Those who want to reduce carbon emissions should probably not eat meat on Mondays or Saturdays, for example.
- Environmentalists should not waste electricity and gas, so keep away from TV and gas stoves, for example.
- Environmentalists should not publish technological research too harmful to the environment.
- Environmentalists should not vote for parties too harmful to the environment.
- Environmentalists should not buy products or services too harmful to the environment.
- Environmentalists should not borrow money if it is not really needed.
- Deodorant sprays and similar materials are only worth using when needed, it is not worth smoking, etc.
- There is an idea to put our waste in the packaging material of what we have bought.
These could be appended by more later, or explained in more detail.