My vision for the future is grounded on having access to a variety of funeral options for everyone. I believe people will have more incentive to choose greener deathcare options over conventional cemeteries/cremation if aquamation/ natural burial are within legal bounds in their country. Many disputes like the Catholics think that the act of dissolving the body of a deceased one and treating the bones remains as sludge is undignified. Passing the law to legalize aquamation would fire out ethical and moral dilemmas. On the other hand, people still have full authority to decide deathcare for their deceased ones, whether this new option is legalized. So at the end of the day, there are no conflicts of interest. My underlying value for this concept is that offering options does not necessarily mean being against the side of people who believe that their deceased bodies should be preserved and remain unharmed as long as they can be.