— Now, when there is a war going on in Ukraine, your team has created a 'green corridor'. How does it work and who can use it?
— — The 'green corridor' was created primarily for the eco-activist community to keep them productive and help them find shelter. We work with eco-hosts and eco-activists who understand where they are going to. Because this is a visit to the village, to the hamlet and this is ordinary rural life.
Now there is a huge traffic of people, refugees, who are moving west and receiving volunteer support. They are accepted at the level of district centers, sheltered in schools and other large facilities, because this is a large flow of people. We work at the micro level, we accept one or two families — 10-20, maximum 30 people, we have no capacity to accept more. We have a map of ecovillages
that are ready to host people, and we send this map to targeted chats and channels. And as the fighting approaches, people become refugees and begin to move around. We give direct contacts of ecovillages and people are coordinated.