All direct and indirect expenses and losses, present and future, suffered by third persons, the general public and the society in general as a result of the social, sanitary and environmental impacts of the models of production and consumption.
Improve accessibility, transparency and understanding of information on the main social and environmental issues related to modes of production and consumption
Strengthen the expertise of civil society organisations and public decision-makers on global, national and local value chains, and related societal costs (i.e. hidden costs offset on society)
Develop an innovative research framework to analyse value chains and societal costs and their links with the socio-economic context at the local and national levels.
…while conducting complementary activities related to our projects (creating web videos and infographics, developing databases and IT tools…)
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