Entre logique privée et logique collective : mieux cerner l’utilisation de l’information environnementale par le consommateur

Abstract : To date, the most successful environmental labels mix implicitly private benefits and collective benefits. The efficiency of labeling formats that only gives an evaluation of the environmental impact is uncertain. This article focuses on how consumers evaluate a multi-indicator environmental label. The research is based on 434 faceto-face consumer interviews about the development of an environmental labeling system for restaurants. The findings confirm that consumers attach much more importance to environmental indicators that can be associated with private rather than purely collective benefits. Several implications for environmental labeling development emerge from these results
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Agnes Francois Lecompte, Laurent Bertrandias. Entre logique privée et logique collective : mieux cerner l’utilisation de l’information environnementale par le consommateur. Décisions Marketing, Association Française du Marketing, 2016, 81, pp.115-130. ⟨halshs-01521296⟩

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