What’s wrong with changing the world one neighbourhood at a time; hands in the soil but looking at the stars?
Eco-social justice requires a redistribution of resources and capabilities. Develop relational assets and it is possible to create surplus care as well as fairer societies.
It has never been more important to learn from the knowledge traditions that look to meaning, care and co-construction. While the focus has been on science and social science, hundreds of thousands of artists, community leaders, alternative designers, citizen groups, theatre makers, and creative practitioners of all sorts were devising practical responses to the pressing need to rethink relations in the world.