It's Not So Bad as That
Nice piece. I think that maybe the colors could tie together a bit more.
We arne't really poisonous, we're just another bundle of fibers in the emergent order. In nature, all the structures are defined by evolution, and they have evolved in relation to each-other. This interdependency forms an eco-system, a complex system of resource allocation.
When humans create things, we do so intelligently. These intelligently designed structures are not formed in relation to their surroundings, and so they are "toxic". They don't fit into the order. All we have to do is consider and mimic the integrated qualities of natural structures for our manmade structures to be as progressive as everything else in nature.
Check out the work of William McDonough and Michael Braungart