Do what your neighbours do, buy cars, have babies, dump your garbage somewhere no one’s looking, then go to church and pray for your sins.
If those who just preach turned their attention to practice, we would not be asking ourselves these questions.
Environmental concerns come secondary to economic development but the means to achieve economic development require destruction of forests, crops, rivers and other assets we take for granted.
The River Ganga, once famous for its purity, is now one of the most polluted rivers in the world.
But they think only of the immediate end and how it affects them personally and not about the effect it has on their surroundings or society. As a result of this we are witnessing one of the most disastrous events that our civilization has caused—climate change.
The fact that no species that ever existed on the earth for billions of years have caused as much destruction as the human race has, seems almost like a feat for those with a sense of humour.
How can a society call itself ethical and civilised when its people dump their waste in water bodies?