Planet Earth Values The Most

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Everyone can help increase the odds for the future generations of humans and other living species, survival on planet Earth. At the same time, it can be done without compromising the living standards of importance.

Just support as much as possible close to the 100% label of this list! Avoid 0% labels and those close to .

This ecolabel shows how companies, organizations and the like can be labeled so that people can better choose products that improves life here on Earth now and later.

(In danish)

100% mark:


Those who work 100% to make conditions better for the Earth while innovating develop the quality of it so that it develops even better. This is something everyone should strive for and no one is on this level yet.

An example would be vertical farming, which gets its energy from renewable sources and which does not pollute in any way, including avoiding pesticides. One of the biggest challenges of life on the plant is that humans take up too much space. Thus, the area used on fields should be strongly reduced within many ecosystems and food webs irreparably damaged.

80% mark:


SpaceX and Tesla are for now the best examples on companies who make a brighter future and at the same time making things better here and now! They are well on their way to becoming companies that may well rise to the 90% or even 100% level.

(How carcompanies could help mucisians and vice versa)

Printz Music (see why it is 80% here) is an example on a company having the 80% mark on the webpage and listed here as validation.

50% mark:


Here an example could be a pension investment company that invests approx. half of their funds in sustainable technology. Often, investments are also made in companies that are to provide a high and large return in the short term, but in hindsight our descendants took value from their lives. This pulls down.

Examples could be car companies already producing electric cars and planning to stop producing combustion cars very soon.

 10 % Mark:


Polluting companies such as the coal, oil and gas industry.
Other examples could be car companies now planning to make electric cars and only producing combustion cars for the time being.
Arm lobbyists. War may still be necessary to be able to defend one’s territory, but is also very destructive not only to innocents, who often get involved, but also to nature, which suffers damage and thereby reduces the possibilities for future life in the area.

 0 % Mark:


Lobbying for polluting companies such as the coal, oil and gas industry in particular. It can also be in chemicals that will harm a lot of wildlife or plant life in the long run.
Spreading misinformation, hate and malware. Especially the companies that make money from it.
Investment companies that invest in polluting companies trying to earn fast money even when it has a negative impact on our descendents.
Companies in tax havens that could help with the development of the countries in which they operate, but find loopholes in the law to avoid it.

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