For all practical purposes, nothing ever enters or leaves. The ideal environmental scenario is a human society and economy coexisting in symbiotic harmony with Nature.
With first grounding and then clarification, a whole earth economy can start to take hold.
Plenty of books, Internet resources, and community-based organizations provide creative ways to do this. According to definitions given by the top authorities, a harmonious society should have the following attributes democracy and rule of law, fairness and social justice, credibility, vitality and energy, order and stability, and harmony between nature and humanity.
Then clearly the role of humans is very important and significant in the role of process and environmental donate. Determining what is fair also must take into account the enormous current and future ecological harm ranging from soil erosion and species extinction to massive destabilization of climate through greenhouse gas emissions.
Of the few things we know with human activity that deforestation could lead to flooding and exploit the natural resources that exist in the bowels of the earth. We humans can do the math; we know that renewable resources such as soil, forests, and fish are now being consumed at a rate faster than they can be replenished, and we know that greenhouse gases are increasing dangerously in the atmosphere.
Similarly, when a person suffers a fatal car accident, the economic exchanges, in terms of ambulances, insurance agents, funeral homes, and so forth, increase GDP and are seen as positive.
It is wrong when it tends otherwise. Buddhism maintains that all living creatures are born equal and have the right to live.