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Study
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This study is based on a simulated shopping tool combined with an on-line questionnaire. 2 917 people took part across four European regions: France, Spain, the Czech Republic and the Benelux countries. The results clearly demonstrate that displaying the lifespan of the products for sale led consumers to change their behaviour when making their purchases. This effect was evident regardless of how the lifespan was displayed.

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2016
Abril 2016

IN THIS ISSUE:  President Dassis’ statement concerning the terrorist attacks in Brussels; Interview to Gonçalo Lobo Xavier on the migration project; Members back from migration missions share their experience; New EESC study on planned obsolescence; Your Europe, Your Say! 2016; Giles Duley photograph exhibition

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EESC info Apil 2016

22/10/2014
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The Consultative Commission on Industrial Change (CCMI) has recently launched a project dedicated to the phenomenon of built-in or planned obsolescence. This project, as its name suggests, is not a one-off action. So it is not merely a usual EESC opinion, nor just a conference devoted to the subject, but rather a series of events, opinions, declarations, articles, follow-up activities, to make sure that the issue of planned obsolescence makes its way to the political agendas of the European Commission and the European Parliament.

10/09/2014
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Las nuevas actitudes hacia el consumo y la producción: las mejores prácticas en el ámbito del consumo colaborativo y la obsolescencia planificada

Abstract in English - Las nuevas actitudes hacia el consumo y la producción

Summary in English - Las nuevas actitudes hacia el consumo y la producción

Resumen ejecutivo del studio "Las nuevas actitudes hacia el consumo y la producción: las mejores prácticas en el ámbito del consumo colaborativo y la obsolescencia planificada” (Un mundo en tránsito)

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