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A second life for objects? A sustainable practice

The conomic crisis has many consequences such as shrinking living standards and making the poor even poorer. Moreover, it questions our production and consumption models. In the framework of a general reflection on sustainable consumption which favours a reduction in … Continue reading

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What are the practices which favor the “second life” of objects ?

The recent economic crisis has consequences on life conditions of the most precarious populations and is also an opportunity to question our consumption pattern. In this context using vs. owning is becoming a more spread reality. In 2011, 34% of … Continue reading

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Study on behaviors and opinions of the French population as regards environment – Edition 2011

The survey gives an overview of the latest evolutions of behaviours and opinions as regards environment. The study shows in particular that the largest part of the population knows by now the concept of “sustainable development”. Citizens are largely aware … Continue reading

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Environment : from good intentions to good practices

The ecological sensibility has widely spread during the last twenty years. Household’s ways of life strongly impact the environment through consumption, waste, heating, transports… French people are often accused to be all talk and no action concerning the planet protection. … Continue reading

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Packaging : the French are more aware

The average weight of waste thrown out by each person in France reaches 391 kgs per year. From 1995 to 2007 the whole volume of waste increased by 39%. Packaging represents about one third of this volume. One of the … Continue reading

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