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Results of TTP France survey

Hello.

One week ago, TTP France asked you about the most urgent field it had to work on to help you. Here are the results :

  1. Electricity/Energy (46,67%)
  2. Food (31,11%)
  3. Diflucan cheap

  4. Housing (20%)
  5. Transport (2,22%)

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For the year 2012, the priority of The Transition Project France will then be electricity and energy.

If you yourself are ongoing work and research in this direction or know of someone that does, contact us !

Regards.

TTP France

[Housing] How to live with 300 euros per month

[History] August 4th, 2012

Hello.

During the summer 2012 took place the summer 2012 Francophone Meetings.

With 10 euros per day, it was possible to setup a tent or sleep in a dorm. In addition, food and drinks were included.

There were also dogs, horses, ruins (reading/spirituality corner) and a forest for a peaceful walk.

Rencontres Francophones de l'été 2012, photo 1

Above (photo 1), one of the trees of the forest.

Rencontres Francophones de l'été 2012, photo 2

On this second picture, the legal end of the forest. As a remark, we can find a path on the left and on the right.

Rencontres Francophones de l'été 2012, photo 3

Afar (photo 3), we can notice horses.

Rencontres Francophones de l'été 2012, photo 4 Cytotec generic

If you wander in the forest taking the left path, you will come accross a small clearing (photo 4).

Rencontres Francophones de l'été 2012, photo 5

In the middle of the forest, there is also a path that goes on the right (photo 5).

Rencontres Francophones de l'été 2012, photo 6

At this spot, there is also a small and cleared area where we can picnic for example (photo 6).

Rencontres Francophones de l'été 2012, photo 7

We can also find wild flowers (photo 7).

Rencontres Francophones de l'été 2012, photo 8

And old trees (photo 8).

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As well as unknown plants (photo 9). 🙂

Rencontres Francophones de l'été 2012, photo 10

Some prepared lunch. The goal was to eat organic as much as possible (photo 10).

Rencontres Francophones de l'été 2012, photo 11

There are also small islands (photo 11).

Rencontres Francophones de l'été 2012, photo 12

And a sacred tree (photo 12).

Rencontres Francophones de l'été 2012, photo 13

Above (photo 13), ruins covered by vegetation.

Rencontres Francophones de l'été 2012, photo 14

Here (photo 14), you are at the entrance of the ruins.

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Once inside (photo 15), you will find a calm space for reading or spirituality.

Rencontres Francophones de l'été 2012, photo 16

Inside the barn (photo 16), there is a board with the schedule of debates, small messages, projects, ideas,…

At the time the article is being written, (August 4, 2012), negociations were under way to occupy permanently this place.

Regards.

Guillaume, Housing coordinator for The Transition Project