the Chevil Até Project is an initiative to map where populations are being reorganized to function in UTW, and to network them in shifting from living patterns that are competitive; segregating; toiling; distressing; or otherwise undesirable, and mature into those that are cooperative; integrating; rejuvenating; and are also needed for the thriving coexistence of all life. Reorganizing populations are mapped bioregionally and identified as ChAPters in the Chevil Até network. Each ChAPter’s UTW reconfigurations are organized by an Abundance League alliance of social change agents who coordinate efforts to shift populations from reliance on any inadequate or undesirable systemic influences over to those formulated for collective bioregional interdependent well-being. ChAPters become referred to by a commonshire designation upon collectively establishing formal accords on their ecosystemic formulations. as ecological communities.
Abundance Leagues of the Chevil Até Project are alliances of social change agents organizing to formulate ways of living that expand the interdependent cooperation of people and other species across their distinct interests in life, and by reconfiguring populations–bioregionally–as ecologically cooperative communities coexisting within responsibly maintained boundaries of planetary abundances, rather than geopolitical zones competing for influence in manipulated scarcities. Allies join Abundance Leagues to coordinate efforts of abandoning reliance on systems proving inadequate to, or incompatible with, collective interdependent well-being and shift how their populations function into re-invented systems supporting and expanding UTW.