Weekend and end of service, at the school restaurant of the Sauxmarais high school, in Cherbourg-en-Cotentin, in Normandy. As at the end of each meal, it is time to weigh. This Friday at noon, 210 students had lunch at this automotive and industry-focused institution. But on some days, young people can be up to 400.
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In search of tomorrow
In the face of the magnitude of the challenges we face, between ecological crisis, social inequality and democratic tensions, it is more than ever urgent to look beyond what divides us to shed light on what can bring us together. If the inevitable changes in the ways of production, of the consumer, of living, of living together necessarily shake our personal certainties and convictions, they can also unite around shared concerns. On a daily basis, French women and men from all walks of life and beyond go beyond the cleavage and work already hand in hand to meet the social and environmental issues in our territories. Citizens, local authorities, economic actors commit, experiment and implement solutions that together set a common goal: a world of tomorrow that could be more in tune with nature, more sustainable, fairer and more all perhaps more desirable. These initiatives, these collaborations must be able to grow and spread. That’s why the band’s titles Central France associate with Sparknews and 43 headlines from the regional press to highlight those who are trying to make the world of tomorrow emerge in our territories.