This chapter discusses how to move from strategic thinking to into action using the motto of the Amazonas Sustainable Foundation: think big, start small, and move fast. A strategy that is borrowed from traditional ecological thinking is to think globally and act locally. This can mean starting with a prototype or a small pilot project and scale it up into a larger program later on. For projects such as forest management, which are not only ecological, but also incorporate issues of health, energy, communication, transportation, and industry, to start smaller might mean to “slice the pie” of the greater project into smaller fronts.
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