Solidarity solutions – annual meeting

February 5, 2020


Solutions solidaires – annual meeting

Le Rocher de Palmer, 1 Rue Aristide Briand, 33152 Cenon

Confronting the emergency, changing scale: the Ecological and Solidarity-based Territorial Factory

The current transitions impose two complementary priorities: the social and the ecological. There is an urgent need to act and an imperative to spread innovative solutions, in order to invent a new paradigm based on eco-solidarity.

In this local/global dialectic, the territories are in the front line: they are the areas of social and ecological transition, they are also the first actors and supporters of eco-solidarity initiatives, and are therefore at the heart of the emergence of this new model.

Solutions solidaires, both a factory and a forum, wishes to focus this year on eco-solidarity achievements that illustrate the implementation of this new model, and on ecology versus solidarity debates.

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