Displaying items by tag: alternative models - CIDSE
Conference co-sponsored by CIDSE member, Development and Peace (Canada) with the participation of 45 land defenders from over 20 countries (Montreal, April 27-30, 2018)
There is always something we can do to contribute to the change we want to see in our world. One of which is the way we consume our food. Christophe Nothomb, tells us about his experience of coordinating a network of solidarity-based buying groups in Brussels (Réseau des GASAP) and how it challenges our consumption patterns, through this motivating story of change.
Stefan Salzmann is Desk officer for Sustainability at the Swiss Lenten Fund – Fastenopfer. He’s the father of a 1 year old son and is living in a low-carbon emission community in the city of Zurich (Switzerland) named “Kalkbreite”. In this interview, he shares with us his experience.
Following December’s workshop on sustainable consumption and production solutions to the current model, this month we launch a map of alternatives from around the world to remind that another world is possible, if we imagine it and work together.
Capitalisme et extraction minière : un divorce nécessaire vers des alternatives durables. Étude 2015 de la Commission Justice et Paix Belgique francophone
For a policy focused on viability* by Xavier Ricard, Director of International Partnerships, CCFD-Terre Solidaire, April 2013 (available in EN and FR)
People and Planet First - Alternative ideas about development, CIDSE conference report (Brussels, 13-14 September 2011).
2012 United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development (Rio +20), CIDSE submission to the Rio+20 Zero Draft Document, October 2011 (also available in DE - ES - FR)
EU position for the 2012 United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development (Rio+20) - CIDSE submission to the European Commission public consultation, April 2011