Transiscope – Le portail web des alternatives

Transiscope a pour objectif de mettre en lumière toutes les alternatives pour la transition en les affichant sur une carte unique, en collectant les données déjà existantes.


  • Informer sur les organisations et initiatives citoyennes existantes de manière simple, claire et attirante grâce à une classification intuitive, un format harmonisé de présentation des initiatives et différents outils numériques disponibles;
  • Inciter à la participation et à l’action citoyenne par la création d’un annuaire de contact des alternatives;
  • Accélérer la mise en réseau et les synergies entre les initiatives : rendre les alternatives visibles les unes aux autres est un facteur clé de la mise en coopération;
  • Visualiser les territoires ou les problématiques qui nécessitent le développement d’alternatives concrètes;
  • Développer et outiller nos communs : les logiciels développés pour le projet sont libres, donc ré-utilisables et améliorables pour d’autres projets.

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These include Kraft Philipp Moris, Unilever, General Mills, Coca-Cola, Pepsico and Procter & Gamble.

Monsanto Beverages

Coca-Cola: Coca-Cola, Fanta, Dr. Pepper, Minute Maid …
Capri-Sun and Topricana fruit juices.
Ocean Spray drinks, Pepsi-Cola soda, Seven Up, Schweppes.
Lipton teas and Maxwell coffees.
Gloria milk from Nestlé

Monsanto sweet products

Chocolates Poulain, Lindt, Gold Coast, Dam, Milka, Suchard and Toblerone.
Lu, Oreo, Cadbury cookies and Pepperidge Farm cookies.
Brossard and Savane products.
Candy Carambar, Krema and La Vogienne.
Hollywood and Malabar chewing gums.
Bounty chocolate bars.
Ice cream Häagen Dazs, Miko and Ben & Jerry’s.
Kellogg’s cereals, including Special K, Trésor, Honey Pop’s, Froties or All Bran.
Yoplait yogurt.

Hygiene and maintenance Monsanto

Baby diapers Pampers.
The feminine protections of the brand Always.
Pantene, Ax, Monsavon, Dove, Rexona and Timotei shower gels, shampoos and deodorants.
Signal toothpastes.
Cleaning products Cif, Omo, Dash, Skip, Cajoline and Sun.
Febreze deodorants.

Monsanto salted products

Lay’s, Pringles and Doritos chips.
The Benenuts and Bahlsen appetizer biscuits.
The cheese specialties Philadelphia.
Prepared dishes Marie, Findus, Tipiak.
Jacquet breads.
Soups and broths Liebig, Knorr, Royaco, Alvale.
Mexican preparations Old El Paso.
The sauces Heinz, Amora, Benedicta.
Uncle Ben’s products.

Confectionery: Cadbury brands, Poulain, Carambar, La Vosgienne, Hollywood chewing gum

Soups and Dairy Products: Royco, Liebig and Knorr brands, Gloria milk, Yoplait yoghurt …

Food and ice cream: Green Giant, Uncle Ben’s products, Maille brand, Golden Fruit margarine, Amora, Heinz ketchup Ice cream: Häagen Dazs, Magnum, Viennetta

Cakes and breakfast cereals: Kellogg’s Corn Flakes, Special K, Honey Pops, All Bran … Cakes: Lu cookies, Milka chocolates, Carte Noire, Côte d’Or, Suchard and Toblerone

Appetizer cookies: Lay’s and Pringles chips, Benenuts and Quaker cookies

Drinks: Maxwell coffee, Lipton tea (and by extension the Unilever brands), Ocean Spray drinks, Tropicana fruit juices

Others: Pampers diapers, Bonux laundry, Oral-B brand, Dove products, Timotei, Rexona, all the Procter and Gamble brands (see list)

This long list Monsanto, far from being exhaustive, concerns only products on the French market. It gives us an idea of ​​the number of consumer products in which we can find Monsanto products, to pay attention to the products we consume.

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Zero Waste – Anywhere

100% made of garbage

“The post has three parts: the first on the documentary 100% made of garbage, with the documentary to download, the second on the book from the cradle to the cradle, on which the documentary is based, unfortunately I have not got the book , and the third part on programmed obsolescence, with the documentary Buy, Shoot, Buy to download.” Ecocosas

Zero Waste Europe

“At Zero Waste Europe, we are leading a fast-growing movement of communities, local leaders, businesses, experts, influencers and other “change agents” working towards the same vision: eliminating waste in our society.

“To empower communities and change agents from around Europe to redesign their relationship with resources, to adopt smarter lifestyles and sustainable consumption patterns in line with “circular” resource management. ” Zero Waste Europe

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Cradle to Cradle

Company by company, product by product, the Cradle to Cradle Products Innovation Institute is changing the way we make things.

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“what is zero waste?

The simple answer: We aim to send nothing to a landfill. We reduce what we need, reuse as much as we can, send little to be recycled, and compost what we cannot.

The less simple answer: It’s really about redefining the system. We currently live in a linear economy where we take resources from the earth and then dump them in a giant hole in the ground. The goal of zero waste is to move to a circular economy where we write trash out of existence. The circular economy mimics nature in that there is no trash in nature.

Instead of discarding resources, we create a system where all resources can be resumed fully back into the system. ” Kathryn

13 Easy Zero Waste Resolutions You Can Make For 2018

“How do I define ZERO WASTE? To me, Zero Waste means that I do not produce any garbage. No sending anything to landfill, no throwing anything in a trash can, nothing. However, I do recycle and I do compost.” Lauren Singer

rescoop – Europe is the European federation of renewable energy cooperatives. We are a growing network of 1,250 European energy cooperatives and their 1.000.000 citizens who are active in the energy transition.
Through, we wish to make our voices heard in the European energy debate. Citizens after all are the ones who will be paying for the transition to a more sustainable energy system. empowers them and wants to achieve energy democracy. Our federation has four well-defined objectives:
• We represent the voice of citizens and renewable energy cooperatives to European policy makers
• We support the start-up of new REScoops and provide them with useful tools and contacts
• We provide services for the European REScoops and are currently working on a financial tool
• We promote the REScoop business model throughout Europe