add your own.
i wish recycling wasn't emphasized so much. it relies too much on an infrastructure to be in place. i think more emphasis should be on reducing and reusing.
i don't support no kill shelters. i don't think "no kill" is a good use of money and resources. a feral cat living in a cage for 5 years unadopted and hissing at every animal is not living a good life. i think it's better to put down unadoptable animals rather than let them live forever in a shelter. yes, this means that a lot of cats and dogs will die, but that is the price humanity pays for domesticating animals and not caring for them.
i also don't support trap/neuter/release. it's better to trap and send to a shelter for evaluation; releasing a feral animal just condemns it to a life of starving to death, being hit by a car or dying painfully of some treatable disease. feral colonies can be vectors for disease, and they can be dangerous to domestic animals.
i would just like to emphasize that i believe animals should be rigorously evaluated for likely adoption before being put down. age and health issues are not factors in adoptability; aggression is.