This is a place for "raw ideas" that need to get flushed out before becoming "concrete objectives":
- utilize planning models that favor high density cities, land conservation and discourage sprawl.
NEW PROPOSED LANGUAGE: - require zoning law for multi-family housing to include 100% conservation, in the form of community gardens, parks, open space, either in 24x7 privately owned land with conservations restrictions deeded in, or sold for public use. - require high density building to be on existing train lines or with public transit access from the site.
- give historically disenfranchised peoples first use right to commons
- require temporary public land permits, leases, and other public use to either set aside a significant amount of prime land for historically disenfranchised peoples to use land first. require disenfranchised groups the "right of first refusal" for any sale of public lands.
- establish public magnet schools that are horticultural academies that also care for public land & grow food
QUESTioN: what the heck is this? tech schools and public agri schools already do this. UMASS for example was an agricultural school and still is, and operates forestry and other agri operations.
- Local food production, community gardens, permaculture agriculture - worker self directed organic agriculture coops on the model of Mondragon in Spain
- tie the salaries of public officials inversely to the price of a grocery basket of sustainable food, calculated relative to zip code
- peg the value of currency to the number of fish in the sea
- Tie the tax brackets to the rental cost of a square foot of land by county, the lower the rents, the lower the taxes. THIS IS ALREADY BEING DONE and it's not working! TF
- Declare a Jubilee Year every 49 years.