The principle ideology is laissez-faire neoliberal economics that treats the environment as external to market functions and gives it a value of zero in its accounting books.
The Threat to Science No One Talks About
Joe Brewer

Where do we, the consumers, apply pressure to change this? Yes, we can minimize and downsize and economize individually; but what about how economics is taught (pressure at the education level,) how success is measured (pressure at the stock/bond ratings level,) and how we receive and define what living looks like (news and entertainment level?)

The questions themselves can be overwhelming to the point where most people shrug. I’m wondering which pressure points will be the most effective to prompt movement and change.

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