DEPRESSINGLY, THOUGH very importantly, something all who believe in changing the world and transforming society must come to terms with is the fact that monumental changes rarely come about easily and solutions are seldom simple.
Such is the case with a great deal of the methods being used to curb the ecological crisis—from buying organic or driving a hybrid car to even something as engrained as recycling.
Society must ask itself: Can we truly create a sustainable future through market-based, consumerist conclusions—by “going green?” Can we buy our way to a better future? Or will the task, perhaps, involve a more holistic approach—one that looks at the current, growth-based, capitalist system and a reassessment of where to direct efforts?
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