During the MWAW BlogTalkRadio Show held on April 7, 2019 (here is a link to this show), Christopher was asked a question about what can one do to save or improve the earth’s environment.
We would like to expand upon this answer.
Poverty must end first.
Christopher properly pointed out that the first thing that must happen is that poverty must end.
Poverty must end in order to eliminate the production of environmental hazards that occur when providing jobs and income for people. Many environmental regulations and laws restrict the creation of jobs or threaten jobs that already exist. These jobs provide people with the money needed to purchase their basic necessities of life.
If a person is not forced to work and accept a job that is environmentally unfriendly, then that person has a choice to protect and improve the environment by not working for a company that produces something that is not good for the earth. But if given no choice, and the only jobs that exist are those that are not environmentally friendly, the person has no choice but to pollute the environment in order to live.
Humans must learn that humans created the earth, the animals, the plants, and can control the environment as ancient scientists once did.
When humans finally realize and accept that they created the problem, then they will be able to realize and accept that they are the only ones that can solve it. In order to begin this realization, people must be able to comprehend why and how environmental problems were first created.
Here is a simple explanation and example.
In the past, angry at his neighbor, a scientist invented a bug to annoy his neighbor. In response, the neighbor scientist invented a bird to eat the annoying bug. The neighbor scientist had children, and to give some joy to his children, he created the bird so that it could be enjoyed by the child and eat bugs too.
The neighbor scientist did not eat bugs. Neither did he intend to eat the birds he invented only to eat bugs. But the bugs soon outnumbered the birds and began to destroy the plants that the neighbor depended upon for food. Soon, the neighbor scientist was forced to eat his birds, because his birds couldn’t keep up with the bugs that had destroyed the plants that he previously ate and enjoyed.
Hypothetically and with simple allegory, the above is the Real Truth.
Now watch this short video and enjoy your Kentucky Fried Chicken while your children play with chicks at Easter time: