Responsible Consumption

Responsible or sustainable consumption represents a commitment on the part of citizens to improve their living conditions at both personal and communal levels. It incorporates the fact that resources, natural or man-made, are limited and develops through the presence of responsible consumers who refuse to be susceptible marketing targets. Today, responsible consumption is a pillar of sustainable development and makes sense in the current context (overconsumption, obsolescence, pollution, etc). It is the business of all and can guide the deployment of policies in favor of responsible production by organizations. Collaborative economy, alternative economy, local consumption, labels and certifications, consumer protection, sustainable marketing... In this category, find news, solutions and examples of commitment from citizens in relation to responsible consumption.

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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