A sustainable world is one powered by solar, wind, batteries and molten salt or other breeder reactors. Biofuels can not generate enough energy to power the world and power their own production. Research should be conducted to invent even better of all these, and fusion (but biofuels must be recognized as filling only a small part of humanity’s needs). A sustainable world also has enough clean energy to remove its excess CO2 from the atmosphere and recycle everything via plasma gasification facilities. Minimalist “energy is bad” ideology is anti-sustainable (since more energy is needed to be truly sustainable).
Only clean energy can power futureworld. Only a free market (with some but not too many rules) can provide the economic means to build clean energy. And only the environment can provide both (we must not allow global warming and pollution). These are the “3 E’s” to which humanity must obey. They are the pillars to a growing humanity which does not cause tragedy of the commons.
We can not allow minimalism or socialism to obstruct any of these objectives. Following is evidence that shows that socialist ideology has firmly planted its seeds into our free market principles which seek to build walls against clean energy The oil companies aren’t the only opposition to an awesome futureworld! Thus, a forth component to a sustainable world is one free of planned scarcity (socialism). I do not know how to prevent that other than to post links so that we can spread the awareness that political agendas use global warming and “sustainability” as an excuse to create planned scarcity…
Anti clean energy environmentalists
And on advanced nuclear (read the last few paragraphs). Experts See Nuclear Energy as Cure for Global Warming
Here is a link about what started the great divide… Republicans Learn the Perils of Being Politically Incorrect on Climate Change
And here’s a video about the green new deal people trying to use a pandemic as an excuse to push their unscientific nonsense!
Oil companies knew about global warming. Shell’s warning from 1991.