There's some good food for thought discussion in the above link by John Michael Greer. What interests me is where does anarchism fit structurally in what is an obvious coming discursive realignment. Certain accounts relating to the core values of humanism, ecology will have to be squared within the big circle A. There is an undeniable conservatism in environmental ideology which is adrift of anarchism more leftist associated values. Green ideology could become more of a rightist thing in this coming realignment.
This gets to my idea for a new 21st century blue ecology that is beyond the traditional green associated discourse but also not trapped within humanism and part of a world societal drive.