Many of the radical changes we envision are designed to be as local as possible. That is why we see cities and regions as pockets of transformation, where real alternatives are being explored and put into practice.
Experiments with democratic economies, community wealth building, local cooperative ecosystems, for example, are rooted in actual neighbourhoods, villages, provinces and municipalities.
In 2014, we joined the new municipalist wave that inspired much of the European New Left in 2014. Municipalism and commons thinking are closely related, and our work as municipalists has only just begun.