Having watched those three videos, which are mainly concentrated on alternative energy sources, solar heating, hybrid cars, I can say for sure that there were two crucial points that forced me to change my attitude toward environmental issues.
The first point is about a long-term solution, which will not only improve a current state of the environment, but also benefit future generations, is hybrid car technology. Being made to run on natural gas, those models of cars will issue less toxic waste (or not at all), what literally means preventing environmental catastrophe.
The next daunting task is an involvement of solar energy systems and wind power stations into our daily routine. Highly mentioned systems are fully renewable, so the growth of their popularity is (what is logically) quite sustainable.
To end up, all ways of helping the environment are useful. It can be that not all of them are perfect, but even a small grain contributes to the general aim – to make our nature flourishing.
My project is law-oriented, since the majority of ponds and rivers are being used for recreational purposes, instead of being used as sources of fresh water. Recreational facilities are sensible, but what are we going to do in 20 years, when there is no fresh water to drink?