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Just & Ecological Transition

We live in an age marked by environmental disruptions and widening disparities. What appears imperative now is a paradigm shift. We need to move away from extractive economies and short-sighted mindsets. Instead, we must transition towards regenerative models that safeguard the well-being of individuals and communities and the integrity of our natural ecosystems.


A multitude of initiatives have emerged under the banner of the Just Transition movement in response to the poly-crisis the world is wrestling with. Albeit working on various environmental issues such as sustainable food systems, climate mitigation or biodiversity preservation, they share principles around participative democracy and citizen inclusion, community-building and popular education. Aware of the limits of mainstream economic models, they challenge their underpinnings and propose new forms of value redistribution, decision-making and governance. 


We are currently supporting the transition movement in France through a three-pronged strategy:

> Funding the emergence and experimentation of localised transition initiatives 

> Scaling training programmes with national ambitions educating about the principles of regenerative economics and just transition

> Funding narrative changemakers portraying evidence-based yet hopeful visions of transition initiatives

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