The power of technology is the leverage it provides. It means that a few people can create and/or maintain what many people need.
And, those few people can even like what they do. They can like it, as it engages them.
So let’s try a system where, for some proximities, a few such people use the sustainable proximities approach to coordinate and collaborate, in order to create and/or maintain technology which supports and sustains a proximity.
What would other people do? They would do the same thing, if they want to, for that proximity or other proximities. (Remember, proximities overlap.) And if they don’t want to, they can do other things.
Let’s try it with things that are simple. Then repeat, improve, and try harder things.