Applying visuality, textuality and graphicity in mindmaps to restructure human ecology for living sustainability with equal shares of resources.
More than 'environment', 'place' exists only after people have imagined it. These imaginative structures create a sense of place and unify land, its peoples and other livng things in powerful ways. They are the essence of conservation because they enable people come to value the biophysical elements of town and country as a setting for reconnecting residents with each other and their neighbourhood resources. Enlivened by computer hypermedia to make a mindmap, such a multidimensional graphical structure is a conservation management curriculum. It is a is a navigable knowledge framework for assembling a personal body of knowledge about 'being with others' in multiple lifeworlds.