Land is one of the other resources which used to be belonging to no one or to everyone, up to now, it has been acquired by subgroups and this disregards other individuals from its enjoyment. The author proposed that the individuals who use the land solely should compensate a community land contribution as a reimbursement (Coote, 2017). By this way, sales and income tax can be replaced, land hoarding can be prevented and the price of the land can be brought down. The revenue collected from the reimbursement can aid to endow general basic income. To save energy sources, some principles can be applied, in addition, auctions can be done for the right to turn out carbon by burning the fossil fuels. Earnings from the auction of the right can be used for endowment for public services and a conversion to clean energy. This will help to create sustainability in future as through auctioning a common pool can be created for short period and the usage of fossil fuel would be done in effective and efficient manner. In addition to this, individuals who desire to use sunlight or wind as an option to generate energy should be asked to make compensation as a community contribution and this earning can be used for funding the social services (Smith, 2017).