So there's a growing green consciousness today that has created wonderful solutions to the environmental dangers the world faces. The problem with many of the "enlightened" green folk who claim moral superiority to their industrial conservative counterparts is that the solutions are provided in toxic ideas of lack.
"We need more time, resources, manpower, etc., and we don't have enough."
This urgent "green revolution" to save something so uncontrollable as nature itself is very real, but at the same time totally unnecessary. To believe that the natural world is "broken" and needs to be "fixed" may be considered heightened awareness at best, but downright arrogance at worst.
The advantage of the super-green revolution hyped in today's media is that minds owning up to such realizations (including my own) are becoming more consciously aware of modern sustainability. But in a lot of ways this "higher consciousness" still contains much of the egotistical baggage left behind from past generations.
The solution at the moment would be to realize that much progress has been made when it comes to the world around us. More and more ordinary people are becoming aware of a world outside of themselves. This in itself shines wonderful ideas of abundance, which is hopefully starting to share its rightful place alongside the postmodern sciences of our recent past.