It depends on what you mean by expensive. It costs time and convenience. There is effort involved when making purchases, and when going across town. To buy a new vehicle is expensive and gas vehicles are not green.
BUT, the cost of organic will come down, many green cleaners are cheaper than the conventional alternatives (if you educate yourself on making your own from simple ingredients). Buying local and in season is cheaper than doing otherwise, walking and biking is cheaper than driving. So in some ways it is already cheaper, and in other ways it will become cheaper.
Using less energy is cheaper than using more… for now. Utility companies will need to raise the rates if we really all conserve, it’s what they will have to do to stay viable.
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