I once read a Marxist book -and wrote a review thereof- entitled 'Change the World without Taking Power'. I guess the motto resonates with many of us in the altermondialiste movement. It's my belief that fulfilling the remit goes, to a large extent, by way of creating natural carbon sinks thereby sequestering carbon so that the latter becomes a dynamic of fertility and it's stropped from its performance as a global warmer and climate changer.
In this succinct video (follow-up video, also succinct) the 2-hecatare (=20,000 m2) French Farm du Bec Helloin which has endorsed permaculture and regenerative organic principles, puts the dynamics at issue in a nutshell:
"The economic performance of the farm, thanks to the fact that you can grow a lot of vegetables on a small surface, shows that we produce as much in 1/10 of a hectare as our colleagues in 1 hectare with a tractor [i.e., practising industrial farming]. If you can produce the same in 1/10 hectare as conventional farming does in a hectare, it means that 9/10 hectare is freed, space which can be used to plant trees. Under tress animals can be raised and that enables the creation of a very diverse agro-system, with many ecological niches and therefore the whole farm becomes a carbon sink. The farm further improves itself thanks to the trees, animals and all the natural wildlife that comes and live on this piece of land".
In : Re-embodiments politics