Traçabilité et transparence : les piliers de la confiance avec les consommateurs

La confiance, croire en ce que l’on connaît ou reconnaît, ne serait-ce pas le point de départ du lien entre les consommateurs et les entreprises, entre les citoyens et les institutions, pour bâtir un futur commun ? Cette tribune collective explique pourquoi la traçabilité et la transparence doivent être des piliers

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Démocratie et information : l’année de tous les dangers

Information, liberté d’expression, liberté des médias, … sont cruciales pour le fonctionnement d’une société véritablement démocratique et continuent à l’être par ces temps de crises. Pourtant, partout dans le monde, se multiplient les signes d’ingérence dans les processus démocratiques. Dans l’anarchie de l’information en ligne, s’informer revient à circuler dans

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Convention citoyenne pour le climat : pas très « amish » avec Emmanuel Macron

L’application des propositions de la Convention citoyenne pour le climat crée déjà des remous, entre « consultations » contestées pour les traduire dans la loi et déclarations d’Emmanuel Macron renvoyant à la « lampe à huile » les inquiétudes sur la 5G. Le doute est donc désormais de mise sur une proposition qui ne

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Stop the artificialization of the soil!

More than 60 local collectives of inhabitants from all over France mobilized against projects for shopping areas or e-commerce warehouses sent this morning an open letter to the President of the Republic. One week after his speech at the Citizen's Convention for the Climate during which he

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What will tomorrow's Smart City look like?

Cities are evolving in the face of new demographic, environmental and societal constraints. With four days to go before the second round of the French municipal elections, it is urgent to grasp the multiple challenges of the transformation of our living spaces. Those related to digitalisation, the fight against climate change, mobility, etc.

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How technology perpetuates racism

Today, the United States is crumbling under the weight of two pandemics: coronavirus and police brutality. Both are causing physical and psychological violence. Both kill and disproportionately injure black and brown people. And both are driven by the technology that we are designing, redirecting...

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Environment: When prefects make the law

On Wednesday, May 27, four associations, Friends of the Earth France, Notre Affaire à Tous, Wild Legal and Maiouri Nature Guyane filed an appeal before the Council of State to obtain the cancellation of the decree of April 8, 2020, which generalizes the right of prefects to derogate from many regulatory standards,

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Deconfinement: Children talking to adults

Some kids have everything, some kids have almost nothing. In France, as in other countries, not everyone experiences confinement in the same way, of course, so great is the diversity of the regions. Many, well housed, will see family ties grow stronger. Others, large families in small spaces, are waiting with their children to be reunited.

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Letter to my grandchildren

On Tuesday, May 12th, I should be at school... eight weeks after I left you in shock and awe. I should be in school and I don't know what our school will be like then... Will there be white marks drawn in front of each class, one metre apart so that

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The 'Instits' question

May 11, 2020 is the date set by the government for the gradual reopening of schools. In a note of 20 April (1), the Scientific Council recommends to the government the reopening of schools and establishments in September, indicating in another specific opinion that the decision to

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