1. Formulate comprehensive plan
2. Generate community enthusiasm
3. Get 'buy in' from industry/government/UN/Vatican etc
4. Use mass media to create public awareness
5. Form action committees and grant structures
6. Develop legislation and lobby parliaments
7. Secure corporate sponsorships
8. Execute pilot programs
9. Publish papers, present results at conferences
10.WATCH THE COLLAPSE!
Speaking of conferences, here's a talk from one entitled 'The New Emergency' in Dublin held a few weeks ago (June 11, 2009) Dimitry Orlov gave his presentation: 'Definancialisation, Deglobalisation, Relocalisation'. (html document).
"What I want to say" says Mr Orlove "can be summed up in simpler words: we all have to prepare for life without much money, where imported goods are scarce, and where people have to provide for their own needs, and those of their immediate neighbours."
"Many of the problems the world faces today are the eventual result of short-term measures taken last century."
-- Jay Forrester