In recent years, several citizen initiatives have expressed a desire to make information available to enable more environmentally responsible consumption, at the French level with the Citizens’ Convention on Climate (CCC) and the European one with, in the case of food, the citizens’ initiative for a European EcoScore. To meet this need, the French public authorities have this year conducted an experiment to develop proposals for environmental labelling.
As the time for capitalizing on the results of this experiment begins, along with the phase of political arbitration, IDDRI has published a study that proposes an original framework to identify the diets and visions of the agricultural system that are implicitly favoured in the various methodological options for environmental labelling. This clarification work enables us to take a step back to facilitate arbitration on the methodological options. This webinar is dedicated to the presentation of the study’s main results.
01:15 - 01:20 pm: Introduction by Flore Nougarede, project manager for the environmental display of food products at Ademe
01:20 - 01:50 pm: Presentation of the results of the IDDRI study “Environmental food labelling: revealing visions to build a political compromise”, Laura Brimont & Mathieu Saujot, researchers for the Lifestyles in Transition initiative
01:50 - 02:30 pm: Questions and discussion