There are Plenty of Alternatives. TransforMap makes them visible.

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TransforMap works towards an online platform to visualize the myriad of alternatives to the dominant economic thinking on a single mapping system. It will give everyone the opportunity to map the initiatives, communities, projects, worker-owned, self-managed, democratically organised companies and other institutions dedicated to meeting people's needs, serving the common good and/ or contributing to a sustainable way of life.

The Mother of Many Maps

Maps generated out of the TransforMap dataset include visualisations of needs-based initiatives, green projects, and more.

Map data ©OpenStreetMap contributors - ©ODbL, Tiles ©MapBox, Icons ©greenmap.org/TransforMap.

TransforMap Updates


Community Report #4: 19th of May 2016

The global Map Jam goes on! With over 300 participants, the third Map Jam organized by Shareable was successful and will be reconducted in June and October. Check out the Map Jam mapping guide (which we helped shape). Another round is planned during #SharingWeek betwen 5-11 June... Read more


Community Report #3: 27 April 2016

Community: Migrating our inventory of maps Since the beginning of our adventure we have inventoried existing maps of alternative economies as well as mapping resources (like atlases or tools). The wiki is now relocated at the following address: http://wiki.transformaps.net/. Read more


Community Report #2: 14 April 2016

In this second community report you will get a general update on the budget process, on the current tech proposal regarding the management of filters/taxonomies, and some updates from the community at large. Hope this is informative. Feedback/critiques/ideas are welcome! Community dinner in Berlin We were a dozen, old and new, to share... Read more


Listing map atlases of alternative economies

Let's increase the visibility of the maps atlas we have documented in Transformap's own atlas. This page will also serve to collect new entries for those who don't want/can't add it directly to the wiki. Here is a metamap to get the overview: https://metamaps.cc/maps/1979