Because the guiding moral of environmentalism seeks the removal of humans from existence, it follows that any living environmentalist is a hypocrite. According to the environmentalist credo, the most moral thing a human can do is to end his life immediately so as to: (a) stop emitting carbon dioxide, (b) stop exploiting the earth (i.e., manipulate anything for his use), (c) stop procreating new humans, and (d) stop occupying a natural habitat of any non-human species.
It’s likely that the environmentalists’ public relations departments do not recommend that their published organizational goals include the elimination of humanity, but consider today’s issues that their current manpower gives them time to pursue.
Whether it is global warming, climate change, endangered species, nature preserves, etc., it’s always some variant of attacking human activity as such. No human (or living organism) can exist without “exploiting” the earth or creating waste material, so the final solution to the environmentalist contradictions is to eliminate all the humans. An environmentalist web site spells this out quite clearly (even though the site’s creators are, of course, hypocrites for still breathing).
Short of achieving the final solution of eradicating humanity, environmentalists continue to successfully inject this poison in to the culture under the guise of helping future generations. They continue to use unscientific scare tactics: e.g., depicting an imaginary apocalyptic future world. We suffer an increasing array of laws and restrictions aimed at making human life and prosperity more and more difficult. To the extent that people continue to accept the environmentalists’ doctrine unchecked, future generations will only inherit the slavery and squalor of totalitarian socialism.