Jeff Bezos wants to preserve Earth, but he also wants to build space stations for people to live in. Some of the art has kind of a #solarpunk vibe to it.
The aesthetic is nice but I'm totally on board with what @raye said. It's important we stick to principles because capitalism will happily take over almost anything. I suspect we're seeing it with what's happening right now — the need for reduced CO2 and plastic waste 'creates markets' for electric cars, bio based packaging materials etc etc etc. Solarpunk is looking hopefully to the future and I currently cannot see a future if capitalism maintains its hold on the world and keeps greenwashing everything.
I heard, a few days ago, about an *airline company* who had changed over the biodegradable food packaging on its flights to be 'green'. It's sickening and I despair that we don't have any chance of getting out of this mess if this is the kind of 'change' that we're getting.
Sunbeam City is a Libertarian Socialist solarpunk instance. It is ran democratically by a cooperative of like-minded individuals.