Anti-imperial environmental justice is not just about divesting from fossil fuels, but also divesting from extracting other damaging materials in other regions. Climate solutions must be wary of using selective analyses that only critique one resource extraction in order to make claims to provide “good”, “new”, or “green” consumer options. Extracting more and different natural resources to create new consumer options to offset the extraction of another resource just increases extraction. Extraction is a problem because it creates pollution and destroys the environment. There is no such thing as a clean mine, a clean factory, or a clean plantation; mines, factories, and plantations, and the accumulation and consumption that drive them, are the problems. The solution is reducing accumulation and consumption, not accumulating and consuming something else.