Questions speaks for themselves. I for one am fairly environmentally aware of what needs to be done, especially considering our growing need for energy and even alternative energy. But I realize we are still dependent on oil/coal and that isn't going to make any big changes anytime soon. I feel that our world is taking steps into the right direction, but not going to the full extent. Some say we need to fix our economies and help the world hunger/poverty issues first, but if we don't save our earth then there won't be a human race. In the future (this may be a little radical) there will be a war. Not on oil, but a war on water. Think about it, if you don't have your own well, you pay for water, counties import water and pay for it too. Water is becoming a scarce resource. Water (especially clean drinkable water) is a resource that most would think couldn't be put up for sale, but it's becoming more and more prominent in this day and age. Golf courses do not help either, why the fúck would you build a golf course in Arizona and then put millions of gallons of clean drinkable water on it a year? Use that for something g else, give small portions of that to countries that actually need it. Let the waters in the Colorado river actually reach México instead of drying up on the way there. Golf courses in arid/semi-arid areas need to be the first to go. Not just golf courses, but other sports fields that use grass as well. Thoughts?