Its a two-pronged team that needs to work together here.
We have the pioneers like all the wonderful people I've met practicing permaculture / natural farming who like scouts actually get out there, work independently of established systems, figure out the solutions and get proof of concept and relay it back.
And we have the social workers who have deep connections who need to take this info and relay it to the masses and governments.
This relaying and receiving of vital info needs some work.
Many social sector people think the solutions are only for rich folks (who could afford to pioneer) because they see only the rich ones doing it first. (It has to begin somewhere, right? Even the petrol engine was too costly at first! So unfair & demanding to expect only the poor to solve the biggest problems!).
And our pioneers can lose patience after trying to do the social guy's job & failing frustratingly.
What both sides need to realize is that they need to work as a team. One prepares the medicine while the other prepares the patient to be able to take the medicine effectively.
The pioneer has to be by definition disconnected, hence she/he is unable to connect with and convince even the neighbouring villagers to adopt the solutions she/he has innovated.
The social worker has to be by definition connected and occupied in firefighting constant crises, hence she/he is unable to think outside the box and innovate solutions.
One can innovate but not scale or defend their solution in face of attacks by the mainstream.
The other can scale up and defend the solution long enough to make it mainstream, but cannot innovate.
By working together, they can innovate AND scale.
The two shall complete each other. Yin and Yang shall join forces and that's how we're going to solve the farming problem, and turn every micro-region of this planet into self-sufficient in food, turn agriculture into a net CO2 sink, restore the ecological balance and win our planet back.