The problems of the world seem insoluble. There is no
one prescriptive solution.
The best we can do is make individual choices
consistent with our values.
(But to do that, first, you need values.) After driving, one of the most
and resource-intensive "activities" is eating
meat. Cruelty and unhealthiness
aside, animal harvesting wastes
water, fuel, and produces tons of toxic
So I go vegan, but even that has
its pitfalls. Just look at this plastic wrap,
byproduct of just one "cruelty-free" meal.
Well, I guess the problem of packaging
results from reliance on processed food of any
sort. If I were to walk the walk, I'd
eat more bulk foods, think ahead and prepare
my lunch. I've got a long way to go.