@ciaociara I agree with you about the trash problem. Many are not aware of ways they could do something that is marginally meaningful simply because it is kind and good stewardship.
This is the standard throw-back. It seems that for many people, unless I am in panic mode about the environment, I must not be doing everything I can. @Mervin_Bitikofer’s post above is similar. I have a decades long belief that we are stewards of this planet, and we will give an accounting for how we treat it. But that’s not good enough for some.
I would say that the title of this thread makes assumptions about the FB poster that may or may not be true. Like her, I refuse to panic. I don’t see panic as a Biblical virtue yet I do see some people using their panic as virtue signaling.
Do you run your winter thermostat at 55 degrees? Refuse summer AC? If not, honestly, there is more you could do. But I’m doubtful any of us are going to do these. I value good stewardship of the planet. We need to educate people about stewardship issues, avoid panic (and panic-mongers with agendas), and trust God.