I hate to say it, but something dramatic, like a dangerously low level of an important source, i.e. food, water, fuel, building materials, etc… might have to to happen in order for people to dramatically change the way they consume. Hopefully it won’t come to that, because the best option otherwise is for enough support that the government initiates programs, laws, taxes, and any other form of policy they can, within a reasonable realm of course, to get people to stop abusing the precious resources we have. As long as people keep pushing for dramatic change, I think we will see some big differences before we enter a state of panic.
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