We all have our gardens on our property.
We all bike or walk to different businesses in our neighborhood instead of
driving to Target.
We won't be relying on cars, things will have to be closer to where we live.
We can buy in our neighborhoods.
Local store owners open back up again and we'll have communities again.
Collecting water in cisterns, every drop that falls on the house.
Using it several times before it escapes into the outdoor planting beds.
Horses ... wonderful creatures to work with. [We'll rebuild] the relationships with our animals that we used to have.
A legitimate subway system that goes at least from downtown to the beach and hopefully a lot more expansive than that.
Some neighborhoods where cars aren't allowed, period.
Pedestrian friendly, bike friendly.
High speed trains up the coast.
Community bread ovens and that sort of thing. Large scale projects-oriented spaces for each block or each neighborhood. Foster the climate of tactile expertise.
Tool libraries where you can take the thing out for the day. Access to all these resources without having to have ownership of them.
More barter in trading for things.