The abundant elemental resources available to us often go unused (i.e., solar and wind power. Solar panels are too expensive! We could power most of the United States if we covered the entire state of Nevada in solar panels, but the trade-off between a hot shower for every American and thousands of acres of desert is clearly too much to ask Windmills cause visual displeasure apparently larger than gray smog and smoke stacks).
Teachers complain daily of poor performers, American hunger is on the rise (what's worse, as food stamp usage increases, so does its abuse), 1/3 of foster children are abused, juvenile crimes are increasing, the population is at an all time high, and scientists worry about feeding future generations. The idea of eating our own children is simply barbaric, so I have my own modest proposal*:
Crawl, Baby! CRAWL!
Too cruel? Exploiting children to make your clothes cheaper is cruel. Destroying habitats is cruel.
Too illogical? Burning corn when half the world is starving is illogical (not to mention the process to make it into fuel creates pollutants).
Actually, creativity is our ultimate renewable resource. If you can't come up with something more ethical, clean-burning, logical, and renewable than "babies", we really are screwed.
*Created for the purpose of Preventing The Children of Poor People From Being Aburden to Their Parents or Country, and
For Making Them Beneficial to The Public