This also includes organic farming s they are more reliant on fossil fuels than most.any modern industrial agri chem / fert / fossil fuel reliant system . . .
This cannot be thought about in isolation though, there are so many mouths to feed today that we cannot forget food production. Sure it should perhaps be more sympathetic but with finite land the truth is there will be losers and some species will go, not my choice but inevitable non the less.
I don't apologise for my species existence and if it means that a lesser spotted bog tit goes extinct I can't be too upset because another species will evolve to take its place always has always will.
The trick would be to reavaluate our relationship with the planet not individual species and get a global accommodation that would allow us and as many as was realistic to survive. We have short-circuited evolution by a few hundred million years and continue to accelerate the pace, there is a new reality and we must face up to it and not harp back to some eden that was only a nano second in the history of the planet.