Port Townsend, a solid food network

We could never have imagined such local development when we arrived on the last weekend of October in Port Townsend. Unknown to us a few hours before crossing the border, we are friendly welcomed by Sonya, involved in the local group 20/20 and we are invited to participate in two days of meetings and conferences around Economics of happiness. Wonderful timing, but what is the economy of happiness? Large subject that took over throughout the …

Impossible without you!! Thank you so much!!

Horizon Transition grows and flourishes thanks to you !! An extended and wide THANK YOU for your support! Horizon, our project mascot, is constantly looking for experiences, alternative projects, to introduce you. There are many friends on his way right now and he is happy to count you in his close associates. None of this could have continued without your support, and we are proud to be able to continue with the upcoming production of …

What is an ephemeris? A counterpart, a project in the project

You could see in the counterparties we offer, there is the traditional thank you, a magnet badge, a personalized postcard, a less traditional bag in coffee pocket, a horizon mascot and an original calendar. But there is a counterpart that seems strange, around us many asked us, what was an ephemeris. When we thought about the rewards, we wanted to have things that fit into the project. We thought about t-shirts or other goodies that …

Learn more about our needs at 30% of success :)

First of all thank you, thank you to all the people who participated to make our project possible, whether it is by a support or a donation, we thank you and we will be grateful! Horizon Transition is a project that we have been carrying in our minds for a few months and a few weeks in our body! Since now 4 days in Berkeley, place of our first integration in a group, we have …

Our visit with the Cowichan Valley transition group, Vancouver Island, Canada

Saturday 13 of October, we meet Sandy and Jane, two engage women who are involved in the Cowichan Valley Transition Group. Sitting at the table of a small local café, next to the farmer’s market which takes place every Saturday morning, we explore through various questions the development of this transition group. Presentation of Sandy and Jane No weather condition scares Sandy, at 67, to travel year-round by bike in the Cowichan Valley. Even when …

Local 20/20, transition group in Port Townsend, Washington, USA

As we prepared to leave Vancouver Island for our first destination to do the project Horizon Transition, we received a response to an email sent a month earlier. – I’m sorry, I just saw your message, but if you come here I would be delighted to welcome you here in Port Townsend A look at the map to see where this city was: 90 miles from the ferry after the US border …. – Well …

(Français) Les 3 premières destinations du projet et 12 raisons de soutenir Horizon Transition

Sorry, this entry is only available in French. For the sake of viewer convenience, the content is shown below in the alternative language. You may click the link to switch the active language. Bonjour à tous, Tout d’abord, Audrey et moi souhaitons vivement vous remercier pour votre soutien ! Faire une campagne de sociofinancement est une première pour nous et c’est une étape que nous considérons comme cruciale afin de mener à bien ce projet. Le …

(Français) Lancement officiel du projet Horizon Transition!

Sorry, this entry is only available in French. For the sake of viewer convenience, the content is shown below in the alternative language. You may click the link to switch the active language. Qu’est-ce qu’agir localement et comment peut-on le faire? Est-ce qu’aujourd’hui, décider de vivre autrement, à une échelle locale relève du militantisme? Sommes-nous en train de développer un activisme écologique dans nos choix de vie quotidienne? Qu’est-ce qui se fait ailleurs? Alors que …

(Français) Monnaie locale complémentaire Québec

Sorry, this entry is only available in French. For the sake of viewer convenience, the content is shown below in the alternative language. You may click the link to switch the active language. Dans le comité de Décroissance à Québec dans lequel je militais on m’avait parlé d’un documentaire « Sacrée Croissance » de Monique Robin (la réalisatrice de « Le monde selon Monsanto »). Dans une des thématiques, il y avait un reportage qui parlait d’une initiative locale …

(Français) Peterborough, coeur de la transition

Sorry, this entry is only available in French. For the sake of viewer convenience, the content is shown below in the alternative language. You may click the link to switch the active language. Peterborough est une ville universitaire d’environ 80 000 habitants à environ 2 heures au nord-est de Toronto. C’est également la premiere ville du Canada à faire partie du réseau des villes en transition! Ils ont une monnaie locale, le Kawartha loon, qui …