- R. Joel Solgat
- Ventura, CA
- United States
Director, President, Secretary, and Treasurer, ROR Rescue Organic Refuse
Are we prepared if the more ambitious initiatives of activist organizations succeed?
For example, there are many activist organizations lobbying for an end to Monsanto and industrial farming; especially the use of GMOs. If, in a perfect world, they succeeded, the demand for Organic produce and products would increase exponentially. In this instance, are there producers (organic farms), outlets (organic grocers and farmers markets), & organic waste management organizations (a specialized type of waste management), in place or readily made available to support said demand? How ready are we for change on such a massive scale?
Should such an ambitious cause succeed, are the activist organizations, or their benefactors ensuring the necessary substructures and resources are developed to support and sustain the resulting construct? Or will we rely on them to develop organically?
I am certain there are many other ambitious causes being lobbied for that this same question applies to. Can you name any? And are they prepared for success?