Looking for tomorrow. An “Atypical” restaurant, but for everyone

Looking for tomorrow

Faced with the scale of the challenges we have to face, between ecological crisis, social inequalities and democratic tensions, it is more than ever urgent to look beyond what divides us to highlight what can bring us together. If the inevitable changes in our ways of producing, consuming, living, living together inevitably shake our certainties and our personal convictions, they can also unite us around shared concerns.

On a daily basis, French men and women from all walks of life and from all walks of life overcome divisions and are already working hand in hand to meet the social and environmental challenges in our territories. Citizens, local authorities and economic players are getting involved, experimenting and implementing solutions that together chart a common goal: a world of tomorrow that could be more in tune with nature, more sustainable, fairer and overall perhaps more desirable.

These initiatives, these collaborations must be able to grow and spread. This is why the newspapers of the EBRA group (L’Est Républicain, Le Républicain Lorrain, Vosges Matin, Le Progrès, Le Bien Public, Le Journal de Saône et Loire, Le Dauphiné Libéré, Vaucluse Matin, L’Alsace, The Latest News from Alsace), join forces with Sparknews and 50 regional press titles to highlight those who are trying to bring out the world of tomorrow in our territories.

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