Direct. Follow the conference "In Search of Tomorrow" to learn more about ecological transition

Market gardeners who defend taste, an app to avoid food waste, or even a bus that travels on roads to provide gynecological consultations for women in rural areas.

Direct. Follow the conference "In Search of Tomorrow" to learn more about ecological transition

Market gardeners who defend taste, an app to avoid food waste, or even a bus that travels on roads to provide gynecological consultations for women in rural areas... all these initiatives are part of the ecological and socio-economic transitions taking place in our territories. Spark News, which promotes "solutions Journalism", chose to bring together regional daily media media.

The In Search of Tomorrow supplement, which will be available with your journal on June 1, will be available. Articles from Sud Ouest and the Depeche du Midi as well as articles from the Union and the Est-Eclair will be available. You will have the opportunity to tour France and meet people who are dedicated to creating a sustainable world. .

There are many themes to be covered: from the field to your plate: food

Spark News will host an unusual evening to celebrate the collaboration between media from the regional daily presses. It will take place on Tuesday, May 31, at 5 p.m.

Three highlights from perspective: Denis Cheissoux, journalist and producer at France Inter, conducted a major interview about territories and adaptation to climate changes. A round table was also held on the challenges of moderate mobility by La Marseillaise. The round table was dedicated to health issues and was moderated by Ouest France.

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