The forces that keep from happening any of the things that need to happen are firmly in place and nothing can happen that ought to happen. The Good always needs champions, but none are currently available, and all that might have taken the role are complacent and compliant servants of The Way Things Must Be Done, which is a laughter in times such as these, with no guardrails, and no oversight, and no enforcement, and nothing but reasons for not doing anything everywhere. We need a hero and we get people who go out of their way to play by the rules that were written for a different time, when good faith could be assumed, and cooperation could be counted on. Which leaves the rest of us at a loss as to what to do about the mess we are in. You have to answer for yourself, but I am going to wait it out. It may take a while, but I can't think of anything better to do. Things are well out of my hands, which is what Jesus said, when the Romans hauled him off, and that was 2,000 years ago and counting, and with climate change about to take over, with all that implies, it may be a while for the shipping backlog to be sorted out, the mail to be delivered, the trains to run on schedule, and the Good to come out of exile.
When the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor, it was clear what needed to happen. By the time we dropped atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki, it was not at all clear that needed to happen. and still is not. Clarity is the essence of right action. There is much too little of it in evidence these days. "Waiting for the mud to settle and the water to clear," is the primary recommendation of Taoism, and its spinoff, Zen (Zen is what happened when Buddhism met Taoism). A similar recommendation goes, "Wait for the door to open before stepping through." Waiting for anything is anathema for most of us most of the time. Impatience is what we do best. Even when we don't know what to do it's "Let get this over with, and worry about it later!" Let's not, is a better choice. Waiting for clarity. being clear about what needs to happen, is the proper foundation for everything that follows. Then doing what needs to be done, when it needs to be done, the way it needs to be done, because it needs to be done, can lead us into the next situation without the need to undo/redo what happened in the last situation. And that is an open door for every developing situation.