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TerriStorias Network is a project based on spreading and sharing knowledge.
Thus, your contribution is crucial to help us promote a more sustainable urban and regional planning.

  • WHY?
  • First, spreading our reports to your network will enhance the sharing of all the best practices published on our website.
    In this way, the urban planning key players (i.e. urban planners or anyone involved in urban projects as a designer, a manager or a developer) may easily learn about these successful experiences.

    At the same time, by introducing TerriStorias Network to your professional network, you are in a position to contribute sharply to the expansion of the international network our team has just has undertaken to develop.

    This "Network in progress" is intended to allow professionals from every country (specialists in urban planning, ecology, sociology… as well as local development coordinators, for instance) to share best practices they have experienced or heard of, in order to make the community come up with innovative solutions regarding issues that remain to be solved.
    To this end, an interactive tool is about to be implemented: in case you would like to be informed as soon as it is launched, please subscribe right now to our Newsletter (for free !).

  • HOW TO GET INVOLVED?
  • You can share our publications through social networks (see our Facebook, Twitter, or ScoopIt links mentioned at the end of each article on this website).

    You may also want to forward our newsletter to your professional contacts in order to get them to know TerriStorias Network (if you have not subscribed yet, click here).

    If you run a website, feel free to mention a link toward our homepage: http://www.terristorias.com
    You can eventually bundle our logo to make the link more catchy.
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    We thank you for your help and contribution!
    TerriStorias' Team

    Translated from French by: Aurélien Girault