The prescription for despair is collective action where it is possible to act most fruitfully. Any journey starts from where we live. It starts by beginning to build the future in place.
If we are to navigate unfolding environmental crises, we will need to draw on all our available knowledge and widen our relationships to find our way.
We must have ideas on the table for what might now seem politically impossible but in a few years seem politically inevitable. Let us think in terms of mutuality and interdependence, how we will work together, rather than separation and how we will break apart.
Please understand, a bioregionalist map cannot be made by any other people than bioregionalist people who map their own land / territory from within — never from without. Never from the outside.