el digital d'economia domèstica i consum a Catalunya

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Quina és la teva ombra digital?

Dijous, 16 de febrer de 2017, a les 20:45 h


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Els disruptors endocrins o alteradors hormonals que cal evitar

Dilluns, 30 de gener de 2017, a les 20:00 h


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Campanya 'Stop plastic pollution from cotton buds NOW! '

Divendres, 6 de gener de 2017, a les 20:00 h


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Toxic runway

Dimarts, 6 de desembre de 2016, a les 20:45 h


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Eticom Som Connexió: La cooperativa d'usuaris de telecomunicacions

Dissabte, 22 d'octubre de 2016, a les 21:00 h


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Entendre la factura elèctrica

Diumenge, 22 de maig de 2016, a les 20:00 h

La Unió de Consumidors de la Comunitat Valenciana ha realitzat un vídeo explicatiu per aclarir i comprendre la factura elèctrica de la llar, i per això, ha entrevistat a Carlos Sánchez Torres, tècnic de ASELEC.


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Campanya: 'Expired? Food Waste in America'

Divendres, 10 de juny de 2016, a les 22:00 h



A new short film produced in partnership by the Harvard Food Law and Policy Clinic (FLPC) and Racing Horse Productions spotlights how the confusion around expiration date labels contributes to food waste in America.

"EXPIRED? Food Waste in America" looks at the specific example of milk in Montana, where the state law requires the sell-by date on all milk to be no later than twelve days after pasteurization. "After the sell-by date passes, the milk may not be sold or donated. As a result of the law, thousands of gallons of milk have been thrown away, and milk prices in the state have risen," writes Harvard Law Today.

However, as with many so-called expired foods, the milk in Montana is safe to drink beyond those first twelve days. And, Montana isn't the only state with laws that promote food safety uncertainty and food waste.

According to FLPC Director Emily Broad Lieb, "date label confusion harms consumers and food companies, and it wastes massive amounts of food, which harms the planet. The U.S. wastes 160 billion pounds of food, or nearly 40 percent of food produced in this country, annually. Twenty-five percent of our freshwater is used to grow food we throw away. What gets tossed out goes into landfills, releasing hazardous methane into an already stressed atmosphere. Making date labels clear and uniform offers a relatively low-cost way to eliminate confusion and save consumers money, and it would make a big dent in the unnecessary waste of wholesome food."

The Harvard Food Law and Policy Clinic hopes that this film raises awareness about the consequences of confusing date labeling and how a uniform labeling system could impact food waste and consumer food safety.

Click here for more information and to view the film.


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campanya 'The pig idea' o per què no donar les restes dels nostres àpats als animals de granja?

Divendres, 27 de maig de 2016, a les 19:45 h


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Substituir tovallons de paper per tovallons de roba al menjador escolar

Dimecres, 11 de maig de 2016, a les 21:15 h


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This Summer - Don't recycle the coke way

Dissabte, 23 d'abril de 2016, a les 19:45 h


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