Who is responsible for taking care of the earth?

Business fundamentals and economics are associated with each other and are often difficult to split, regardless of which ‘set of mind’ attempts to do so. Often, the green message gets lost in the smog of class discrimination. A lower-working class is raised and taught about their lack of hope or be proud of who and what they are, are actually both examples of bad parenting. It is a negative quality to have pride in being uneducated, living in poverty and being ignored by the economic trend.

People should always have pride in their potential and capacity. The thirst of knowledge for a child from the lower class community would be abundant if a particular message was sent to them. Unfortunately this is not the scenario; they do not have the willingness to know about the world.

Carrying out a psychological assessment to understand the impact of campaigns would be really beneficial. A figurative bitter citizen hates his or her daily routine by default, which also includes poor working condition, pay and nonetheless – less than ideal life at home. The only way he/she justifies the situation is by thinking of the position as being a victim where efforts are put everyday without getting anything in return. These people are also concerned with accessible pleasures and quick fixes rather than being concerned about how to keep the earth green. These people do not have any desire to change where building with pollution and materials that damage the environment, and littering is rather common.

The lower working class is more responsible for the awful contamination state, lack of education about air pollution, ozone layer and recycling. Arguably, much of the planet’s suffering would come to a standstill if this class of people could be taught about the future and how much power they had to change the world and the earth in particular.

There are advertisements at the subway tunnels, encouraging kids to recycle. However, only a little humaneness is given to where these kids come from. As such, the advertisements at the subway tunnels turn out to be a lost cause. This is because the kids in many cases can not relate with the message.

Who would benefit if the biologically and environmentally unfriendly products are not produced and sold anymore? The answer is: probably both the upper class and the lower class. The world economy is strongly based on the sale of these items and the sales are booming at the moment. The focus should be not on what lower classes buy, rather on what they care about.

The upper class does not have any interest in the lower class situation, while the lower class does not have any interest in the goals and objectives of the upper class people. Fair enough. There would be no nation if there were no lower working class as they are the working gear of a nation, while the governing authority is held by the upper class people. What it requires is the state of mind of both the classes. The state of mind should tell them that they both are responsible for taking care of the earth.

This article was first published on Helium.


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