Before you can ask about the possibility of green being achieved, you must define what 'green' means. Without green defined in a way that is intuitively and intellectually satisfying (simply achieving 'renewability' or 'sustainability' doesn't even come close for me), then you can start to ask the economic questions.

Its a long read, but here's a theory of green for you...https://earthen.io/introduction/

Earthen.io → Green ethics, ecological metaphysics, regenerative philosophy. Earth builder & Forest Gardener.

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Russell Maier

Russell Maier

Earthen.io → Green ethics, ecological metaphysics, regenerative philosophy. Earth builder & Forest Gardener.

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