- Consumer Information for SCP
WHEN: 13 December 2018, 2:00 PM (CEST Paris time)
DOCUMENT: Read the White Paper here.
RECORDING: You can find the webinar recording here.
"Shout it Out: Communicating Products’ Social Impacts" is a White Paper of the Consumer Information Programme. This white paper was developed through a collaborative working group of the Programme, led by UN Environment, the European Commission’s Joint Research Centre and New Earth. It explores how businesses can assess as well as communicate their social and environmental performance to consumers. The primary objective of the white paper is to identify good practices of product-level social impact communication that can motivate or be replicated. It identifies relevant principles, criteria and means to communicate such impacts, including recommendations on integrating social impact communication with more well-established environmental impact communication tools. While the focus lies on business to consumer (B2C) communications, the recommendations given are also valid for business to business (B2B) and business to government communications.
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*Speakers: Naomi Scott Mearns, Consumers International Catherine Benoit, New Earth Marzia Traverso, RWTH Aachen University Bettina Heller, UN Environment Adam Garfunkel and Garth Yule, Junxion Amanda Martin, Quantis Andrea Cino Barreda, Fundacion Chile
Consumer Information Programme
The Programme is a global platform supporting the provision of quality information on goods and services, to engage and assist consumers in sustainable consumption. It implements and supports projects; undertakes research; shares good practice and policies; and provides collaboration opportunities. The Programme is led by the Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation, and Nuclear Safety (BMU), Germany; the Ministry of Environment and Forestry of Indonesia, and Consumers International; and brings together a network of public, private and third sector actors.
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