It's typical human hubris to think you can save 'nature' by commodifying it, which just means continuing to subordinate it to human purposes - and distorted ones at that.
I've just been reading Bright Green Lies. It's quite clear that you can't 'green' capitalism, that 'clean green renewable energy' is a nonsense and, in any case, couldn't possibly be scaled up to underpin present western lifestyles, let alone those lifestyles for non-westerners and future generations. At most, it's an add-on to continued fossil fuel use.
It's really business as usual, continued growth and profit, underpinned by hoped for subsidies from governments - taxpayers - going to 'green' entrepreneurs.
The public are being conned into thinking that they can maintain their consumerist lifestyles, guilt-free, by going 'green', an electric car here, a bit of recycling there.
The last chance saloon was probably in the '70s. Things could have been turned in a more genuinely green - and left - direction. But, instead, we went for neo-liberal turbo-capitalism. Or, rather, the elites pushed us in that direction. They have managed to reverse any previous gains for ordinary people; they seem to have succeeded in winning the class war.
The majority of the world's human population - and the rest of nature - are the losers.