Caring for others
As 2 more billion humans will be welcome on Earth by 2050, it will be impossible to offer our future citizens the way of life of the average American of today.
As global warming pushes farmers off their farms and wealth creation is mostly coming from cities, 75% of earthlings will be urban tomorrow.
As the atlas of the future world is increasingly dissimilar to the geographical boundaries inherited from political history, the gap widens between the inhabitants of the same country.
As access to basic needs remains as fundamental as human rights to protect minorities, the oppressed and the most vulnerable among us.
Education for sustainable development
Focusing our development on a more immaterial economy: that of knowledge, to learn how to share the limited resources of this ‘little flying rock’ amongst all of its inhabitants.
Access to basic needs
Providing to those who have nothing enough to eat a way to relieve their hunger and also to allow them to find proper housing with access to clean water, sanitation and electricity.
Creating new forms of close and distant support around common values, in real and virtual worlds, that favour strong links between urbanity and rural proximity.
Stand up for the most vulnerable
Prioritizing assistance to those who, in an increasingly complex, globalized and changing world cannot make their voices heard and need lawyers and rights.
Discover the Shamengo pioneers who care for others!
Anne-Sophie Tricart et Cédric Marchal
To honour those in our lives who have passed away, Anne-Sophie and Cédric decided to revisit the way we visit their graves. It’s more accessible, more colourful... and necessarily virtual.