We envisage a neighborhood of around 500 people who organize their own local supplies of everyday necessities and thus make their own contribution to the 2000-watt society. For our new building we need about one hectare to achieve an extraordinarily high utilization rate.
Zurich is colourful and lively! There are community gardens, repair cafés, alternative economic models, information events on the subject of sustainability and and and ... Transition Zurich wants to bundle the power of these organizations and initiatives by: creating a networking platform for them; making them visible; giving them a common voice; valuing and celebrating what exists; responding to their needs; and creating a common vision.
The cooperative Kalkbreite stands for smart, innovative solutions for living and working. Comprehensive and forward-looking thinking on various topics such as energy and land consumption, car renunciation and participation have produced a lively cooperative that develops and exemplifies a wide range of new ideas for urban life, urban development, commercial and residential concepts, outdoor spaces or participatory processes and self-organisation.
If we live together in cleverly networked neighbourhoods of around 500 residents, a resource-saving way of life without a loss of quality of life is possible.
To whom District 5 of Zurich belongs to? And who is designing this inner-city quarter, which is located directly behind the main railway station? Such questions led to the creation of Forum 5im5i in spring 2015. We develop and discuss ideas for revitalising the neighbourhood. The Forum meets on the 5th of every month, is organised on a grassroots democratic basis and sees itself as politically and religiously neutral.
NetHood is about bridging the digital with the physical space; sharing ideas and experiences, affirming differences; claiming our right to the hybrid city; building together local solutions for local needs, including: DIY networking, social infrastructures, complementary currencies, cooperative housing, and community-supported agriculture.
The Transcultural, participative and critical theatre in Zurich's Langstrasse neighbourhood.
As the Grassrooted Zürich association, we have set ourselves the goal of closing the food cycles and persuading the people of Zurich to conscientiously consume agricultural goods in accordance to their grandchildren's needs. The ethical ideals of permaculture are our guidelines and we would like to contribute to the creation of a permanent culture.
Our vision is to build a network of consumers and small producers that will enable fully transparent trade in unique food products worldwide. For this purpose we have founded in 2016 Crowd Container, and since then we have imported several containers with food from three continents. Our association takes care of the community on a voluntary basis and the exchange with producers from all over the world.
Too Good To Go is the app for food rescue. We are committed to a world in which produced food is also consumed.
The Denknetz is Switzerland's left-wing, socially critical think tank with over 1400 members. The Denknetz is committed to the fundamental values of freedom, equality and solidarity.
Professional organization, public institution of the city of Zurich, not profit-oriented, confessional, and politically neutral.
Openki.net is an interactive web platform under development with the goal of providing barrier-free access to education for all. The platform facilitates the organisation and delivery of peer-to-peer courses.
dukta gmbh is a development & design office located in Zürich Switzerland. Based on the int. patented dukta incision process we create new applications, interiors and products. Together with our selected and licenced manufacturers in different coutries we advise and support architects, engineers and building owners through technical and design matters.
The Internet Society Switzerland Chapter (ISOC-CH) is a non-governmental not-for-profit association seated in Zurich, Switzerland, recognized as chapter of the (global) Internet Society (ISOC). ISOC is a nonprofit organization founded in 1992 to provide leadership in Internet related standards, education and policy.
Boimig makes it possible to experience a sustainable food culture that is good for the soil, ecosystems and people. Together with consumers and producers, the association organises cooking events, dialogues, harvesting and planting activities to promote regenerative agriculture based on trees and perennial crops.