What will life be like with the end of consumerism that environmentalists are calling for to save resources?

Any ideas? Can you imagine the US without consumerism? No lectures please. I'm just wondering if you have actually pictured it. Your daily life according to the UN and Obama.

Asked By: BekindtoAnimals22 - 12/24/2011
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The politicians will be the first "beggars... More
Answered By: jim s - 12/25/2011
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well the NOW is calling for depopulation of the earth to 100,000 or less if that tells you anything ...
Answered By: no one here gets out alive - 12/24/2011
It will be a great paradise. Better than that fake place Christians believe about...the garden of eden.
Answered By: liberal moron - 12/24/2011
i wonder what life would be like without environmentalist
Answered By: Inside - 12/24/2011
Well of course, in a capitalist economic system, life without consumerism would be sh*t... More
Answered By: Advance the Human Race ☭ - 12/24/2011
This country would cease to exist as a first-world nation if consumerism were curbed. Just look at the impact the recession has had on consumerism and retail companies. It goes deeper than just the retailers, it affects their whole supply chain, distributors, advertising agencies, manufacturers, logistics companies... More
Answered By: dudeman612 - 12/24/2011
pre-colombian americas
Answered By: O'Ryan - 12/24/2011
Due to traitorous law makers who chose to serve financial donors over voters, and who have allowed the banks to legally cheat, an end of consumerism will cause our entire economy as we know it to to crash--- as in smash into a brick wall... More
Answered By: Queen of Sheba - 12/24/2011
It aint going to happen, people are too attached to material things & everyone blames the US for that too. We are evil in most of the popular speech around the world including countries that are supposed to be allies. They use everyone against each other; religion against religion, capitalist against communist, state... More
Answered By: Michael Martinez - 12/24/2011
For years I've been looking at the strip malls which occupy many street corners and thinking that in a Depression most of those businesses will not exist: donut shops, fast food places, manicure shops, swimming pool supplies... 90% of the stores are luxury-oriented and nobody needs them. Will they sit vacant or will... More
Answered By: who is #1? - 12/25/2011
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