From my perspective, economic performance is based on the growth potential. From default, technically, we are naturalists, seen that we didn’t have all this technology at our disposal. As humanity progressed and came up with ways to become more automated, which made life simpler and comfortable to them at the time, having the principle of working smarter not harder affected the future generations, us. More refined knowledge about economics and mechanization were developed. Researches and more researches about the new way of doing things being made, making the past generations leave aside the basics of survival. The fact that it was something new and interesting awoke humanity’s curiosity about the capabilities of the new inventions “What more can we do?” “What are our limitations regarding intelligence?” and a set of other questions. Researches about the impact of all this on the nature took too long to raise interest. When it finally came to the surface, it was already “too late” to go back. People were too engulfed by the new world. The lack of balance between the technological advancements and the implementation of naturalism on the society as it walked forward created such a gap that environmentalism sounds something out of this world. The tables have turned: The future now is being green.