The researcher has personally visited two similar communities in the Pacific Northwest and Cuba. There, people sought to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and adapt to climate change through egalitarian social organization (when all members of society are equal) and regenerative agriculture (allows you to restore the natural cycles of the soil).
In addition, within the framework of permaculture, people generally apply regenerative methods. These methods aim to keep soils healthy, reduce waste, conserve water, and protect wildlife habitats. Most often, foods grown this way are rich in nutrients. Sometimes people even get more crops than on industrial farms.
The Earth’s population actually consumes more than the planet can replenish, and also creates waste faster than it can be absorbed. Therefore, the distribution of surplus among people as a way to limit consumption can be effective.