I believe that the options of what to do with bodies after death should be diversified to include options that are more environmentally friendly. As of now, the main services include cremation and "anti-ecological burial" which are both not very eco-friendly. These two options have emerged as the go-to options for many reasons. A big reason for this is accessibility; most funeral homes only offer these two services so families are forced to choose one of the two. As a result of this, society views these two options as the "normal" options so people are more inclined to view them as acceptable. I envision a world where people are not forced to choose between two options but rather have the freedom to choose a service that truly fits with their visions. I think a possible solution to this is to have funeral homes offer a wider variety of services that include more eco-friendly options such as aquamation. This could be done by implementing a law that forces funeral homes to offer certain services. Another solution is to just get people talking about different eco-friendly options which can help spread the word and maybe change the norms surrounding this idea.