2021 Decentralisation
From Micro to Macro Change
A Circular Economy

We will expand our practice of regenerative agriculture. I say “practice” because working in partnership with nature to produce our food is something we knew how to do for thousands of years before we began expanding monoculture agriculture.

The old practice of growing a single crop over large swaths of land had stripped the soil of nutrients, but we will have returned to even more ancient sustainable techniques such as intercropping, where different plants grow side by side, fostering the diversity on which nature thrives. Food produced this way requires less pesticides and fertiliser, allowing for a thriving ecosystem that supports more wildlife. We will relearn what we have forgotten. We will build a circular economy.