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We are all different, we have all our own aspirations, but we have at least one thing in common : we all look for happiness. Everyday, we realize how fragile it can be. From racism to terrorism, from traffic jams to strikes, from health emergencies to unemployment, from gender inequalities to poor child care services, we are growing impatient on the capacity of our governments to improve our well-being. Most of the time, we are resigned about it. Or cynical. That’s why we are starting #BrusselsTogether. A city that is inclusive, open and always positive. What? #BrusselsTogether is many things. What type of initiatives? While we are very open, we are particularly interested in initiatives that aim at improving mobility, education and inclusiveness in Brussels. How? Open We are inviting all existing initiatives and everyone who cares about Brussels and who wants to contribute to this movement. Crowdfunded This collective should be funded by the crowd for the crowd to ensure our integrity.

Brussels Together - Existing citizen's initiatives. Reinventing Brussels. It is our intention to make an inventory of projects that contribute to the spirit of “Reinventing Brussels”.

Reinventing Brussels

As an example, you will find some of them below but there are a lot more. So if you know any, feel free to send me a mail with the references and I’ll publish them here. In a second phase, we would like to create an online database with all these projects that the owners can input and manage themselves. We see many advantages to such a database. It would give people a better idea of the positive projects in Brussels.

These are the current headings: IncubatorsAgriculture & FoodWorkWork PlacesCitizen MovementsLodgingCity DevelopmentSustainabilityMobilityEducationCulturePolitical PartiesFinanceCommunication Incubators Agriculture & Food Work Work Places Citizens Movements Lodging City Development Personal Development Sustainability Mobility Education Culture Political Parties Finance Communication. Humusation des corps - Humusation.

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Humanity 4.0 Français. Les Suricates. Powerwall. Gdie-17-6-13-bd. Robuust. Gdie-17-6-13-bd. Ecosia. Pierre Rabhi : plaidoyer pour la terre - Droit Libre TV. PAYS : Burkina Faso DATE DE PUBLICATION : dimanche 1er mars 2015 CATEGORIE : Vidéos THEME : Opinions AUTEUR : Masbé Ndengar Pierre Rabhi est un essayiste, agriculteur biologiste, romancier et poète français.

Pierre Rabhi : plaidoyer pour la terre - Droit Libre TV

De son passage à Ouaga dans le cadre de la rencontre des agro écologistes qui s’est déroulée du 16 au 19 février 2015, Pierre Rabhi s’est confié à Droit Libre TV. PAYS : Burkina Faso DATE DE PUBLICATION : dimanche 1er mars 2015 CATEGORIE : Vidéos THEME : Opinions AUTEUR : Masbé Ndengar Pierre Rabhi est un essayiste, agriculteur biologiste, romancier et poète français. De son passage à Ouaga dans le cadre de la rencontre des agro écologistes qui s’est déroulée du 16 au 19 février 2015, Pierre Rabhi s’est confié à Droit Libre TV. San Francisco Becomes The First City to Ban Sale of Plastic Bottles. In a bold move toward pollution control, San Francisco has just become the first city in America to ban the sale of plastic water bottles, a move that is building on a global movement to reduce the huge amount of waste from the billion-dollar plastic bottle industry.

San Francisco Becomes The First City to Ban Sale of Plastic Bottles

Over the next four years, the ban will phase out the sales of plastic water bottles that hold 21 ounces or less in public places. Waivers are permissible if an adequate alternative water source is not available. One of the larges supporters of the proposal was the Think Outside the Bottle campaign, a national effort that encourages restrictions of the “eco-unfriendly product.” San Francisco’s ban is less strict than the full prohibitions passed in 14 national parks, a number of universities and Concord, Mass.

Violators of the ban would face fines of up to $1,000. Joshua Arce, chairman of the Commission on the Environment, said the ban is “another step forward on our zero-waste goal.” Please share if you support this ban; Retrouvez le film près de chez vous - « En quête de sens » : un voyage au delà de nos croyances – Un film documentaire réalisé par Marc de la Ménardière et Nathanaël Coste.