The bioregional approach is about saying actually an awful lot of stuff can be done at the bioregion. Health systems could be organised there, you could have particular cultures at the bioregion level. You would certainly look to the vast majority of your food and clothes and furniture and those types of products at the bioregional level.
Many people say we need to focus on solutions that scale, but to me that’s globalisation-thinking wearing a green coat.
A world driven by fossil fuels tends to look same-y.
In myriad projects around the world, a new economy is emerging whose core value is stewardship, not extraction.