Supported by the City of Genevathe Alternatiba festival serves as a showcase for local organizations committed to ecological transition and the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions. It promotes a more desirable society based on cooperation, human ties and pleasure in simple living.
In Parc des Bastions
On Saturday 2 September 2023, the public will have the opportunity to discover numerous organizations spread across 6 themed islands and to participate in a wide range of activities, games and workshops. The City of Geneva will be present with an information stand run by the Agenda 21 – Sustainable City Department and a cargo bike dedicated to the consultation process relating to the future municipal blueprint (PDCOM). Local citizens will be invited to become “urban planners for a day” by participating in a survey and thus contributing to the creation of the city of tomorrow.
A wide-ranging and accessible program
Alongside the festival, 5 days of conferences, film screenings and debates, activities and theater will also be on the program. Mr Alfonso Gomez, Mayor of the City of Genevawill open the first conference of the week, entitled “small fora and the end of the world: the ultra-rich faced with the climate crisis”.
Full program on the Alternatiba website: alternatibaleman.org
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