The Brussels Observatory for Sustainable Consumption - OBCD - aims to support the work of public authorities in the Brussels Region in raising awareness and informing the public in the field of sustainable consumption. In particular, it aims to promote consumption choices and behaviors compatible with sustainable development.
We consider sustainable consumption, not only in its environmental dimension: consumption that aims to meet the needs of current generations while preserving resources so that we can meet the needs of future generations; but also in its social and economic dimensions: respect for human and workers' rights throughout the production chains, generational and spatial equity, fair trade.
Many interesting files (hover over "files" at the top) http://fr.observ.be/accueil.php
Examples: fruit and vegetable calendars
Calendar of seasonal vegetables
Calendar of seasonal fruits
The seasonality of fruits and vegetables is also very important in terms of global warming: producing out of season involves cultivation techniques that consume fossil fuels, such as greenhouses or refrigerators on call.
The proposed calendar helps you choose your fruit and vegetables according to these two criteria, seasonality and proximity to production. The products highlighted in yellow are produced in Belgium, often in plain land, the green lines indicate the original production season while the red lines indicate that fruits and vegetables are produced through the use of energy-intensive cultivation techniques.
There is also a page that lists all the "eco logos": http://fr.observ.be/labelsetlogos.php