I don't think a pool is part of an eco-friendly lifestyle, chlorine or not. For a few months, I had one at a house I bought, and I was dismayed by the number of dead animals I fished out of it every day. I spent $4,000 to have the pool filled in, and the karma of the house has improved immeasurably. Then there's all that water I'm not pouring into a huge evaporation pit. News flash: water in the desert is a non-renewable resource! We're getting ours from the Colorado River, and all you have to do is look at the bath tub ring in Lake Foul to see that there's less of the River than there used to be. Also, the water from the Colorado River is pumped up hill and hundreds of miles across the desert. This uses energy!
I don't think can make the world healthier by tearing out old cabinets and carpets and adding them to the landfill, and replacing them wth new flooring and paint that consume resources and have to be transported by the burning of fossil fuels. Renovating a house is a satisfying experience that I have enjoyed, but I recognize that it was wasteful from an environmental perspective.
Also, meat consumption, with all the damage it causes to groundwater, surface water and soil, combined with the inefficient use of grain to turn it into animal flesh (Just eat the grain! What's so bad about that?), and the use of fossil fuels to process, wrap and transport the carcasses is the opposite of eco-friendly. Those dead animals, birds and fish are part of the environment, too!