Petra Hroch wrote the last chapter of the book "Deleuze and Design" that I'm reading. She says that sustainable design activism works "[...] by re-conceptualising, re-organising and deterritorialising flows of fruit, people, private property and profit, experiment with the reconfiguration of a system of deeply enmeshed social, environmental as well as economic ‘problems’ into a rich web of opportunities for the flourishing of different, more equitable, and perhaps even surprisingly fun, connections."
From p. 232 to p.238 there are a lot of case studies.
Marenko, B., & Brassett, J. (2015). Deleuze and Design. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.