I think that most actions, unfortunately, will have some negative effects, but we can make our world more just by coming up with a middle ground for all the parties involved whenever making ecological decisions. A big component of this is ensuring that all parties are a part of the discussion and are respected as equal parts, be it in businesses, corporations, governments, or other institutions. Ensuring representation at different levels of decision-making, but particularly higher levels, will help. To increase representation, we need to make this employment accessible to underrepresented communities, as well (e.g., outreach to indigenous high schools to provide these career paths as potential options). We also need to start incorporating environmental values and ethical discussions into our education system - not just as a separate subject, but as a part of everything that we already study. This will help us engrain values of our relationship to the land and increase our empathy for others with different perspectives. A lack of connections to others (including the environment) is what allows those in powerful positions, mentally, to disconnect from our responsibilities. We need to rediscover and expand our empathy, so that wherever people are present, a consideration for justice is also present.