Consumer awareness

Sustainable development, health and the environment represent several increasingly important concerns for consumers. Faced with these, some organizations are changing their approach to reach consumers who have changed their consumption habits. Some organizations see sustainable development as a real opportunity. By integrating it into their communication, they will not only reduce their negative social and environmental impacts but also bring with them all of their entourage (customers, suppliers, etc.). Far from greenwashing, the roles of organizations are changing. In order to go beyond the simple objective of selling, organizations now have the role of informing and sensitizing citizens on the CSR issues that concern them. Awareness campaigns become opportunities for organizations to promote their commitments. In this category, find out about the latest social news related to consumer awareness in sustainable development in companies, associations and institutions. Discover also examples of companies’ commitment and approaches in Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR).

What’s The Ecological Impact Of Coffee And How Can We Help Protect The Planet?

par André Gonçalves André Gonçalves

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Good morning sunshine! Or maybe not, if you haven’t had that critical cup of coffee in the morning. Coffee leaves us feeling energetic, happy, satisfied and ready to go. But how is one of the world’s most sought commodities produced and discarded? Let’s find out more about the ecological impacts of the supermarket-cheap, planet-expensive coffee industry and what we can do…

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Should We Stop Having Babies To Be Truly Sustainable And Save The Planet?

par André Gonçalves André Gonçalves

Should we stop having children in order to be truly sustainable and save the planet? In order to meet our demand, human activities are changing and destroying ecosystems at an incredible speed that is actually 100 to 1000 times faster than natural selection would be. Deforestation, biodiversity loss, the immeasurable usage of disposables, greenhouse gases and climate change are, to name…

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How can we encourage children to love veggies? The Louis Bonduelle Foundation looks for effective strategies

par Eloïse Remy-Castagna Eloïse Remy-Castagna

Though everyone now knows how beneficial vegetables are, we still fail to meet daily nutritional requirements. Like so many of the fundamental lessons we learn, good dietary habits are formed when we are children. It is therefore vital that we teach our children to love healthy foods starting from a very early age, and that includes foods like veggies that are…

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Tesla, Hyperloop, Impossible Foods, Climeworks : “fake industries” in ecology.

par Clément Fournier Clément Fournier

Tesla, Climeworks, Impossible Foods: and if all the companies supposedly revolutionizing ecology were actually fake industries, unable to be viable in the long run and solve our ecological problems? Explanations. In recent years, a real craze has attracted start-ups in the field of ecology. The number of companies that offer a product or service with the idea of serving ecological interests,…

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10 of the most popular foods are also the worst for the environment

par Clément Fournier Clément Fournier

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It is common knowledge now that our diet has a very strong impact on the environment. Agriculture contributes nearly 30% of global greenhouse gas emissions, and pesticides and fertilizers used to grow our food are largely responsible for pollution and havoc on ecosystems. But just what are the worst foods in environmental terms? At the risk of scaring you, most of…

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