The UK's land policy overly subsidizes sheep farming which doesn't provide the value we need from the amount of land it produces. The land isn't supposed to look the way it does, barren, covered only in grass, and sheep grazing all new trees before they get a chance to grow. To secure our food future, rapid change is needed.
Wikipedia is actually about consensus. The speed of the edits 'back to consensus' after a contested idea is presented means the tools tilt only towards ambiguous consensus. Reddit filters out unpopular ideas immediately via mod tools and downvotes. There are no decent tools on the internet to present contested ideas in a fair way.