To find new mobility solutions, the collective impact program Waves decided to take a step back and to explore the topic using a little-studied field: that of imaginations.
Over 6 months of workshops and talks, people of diverse backgrounds and different generations came together around this topic and generated dozens of "seeds of scenarios". During the closing event, the very first ImagineCamp, the ideas took shape to become real scenarios, narrative and illustrated. The ImagineCamp brought together 50 students and young graduates for 3 days.
These scenarios have been gathered in an open source book of collective anticipation, "Fenêtres sur des futurs possibles : Tome 1, Mobilité" ("Windows onto possible futures: Volume 1, Mobility"). The book aims to breathe life into new ideas, bring challenges related to the mobility of tomorrow to the forefront, to free the mind and to facilitate the construction of inspiring and radical projects.