Fair Trade: A Beginner's Guide
The European Union and United States pay fourteen billion dollars a year inllegal agricultural subsidies. In textiles and agriculture, where developingorld countries have a natural economic advantage, they are effectivelyriced out of the market, with devastating consequences for millions ofeople. Grounded in the inspiring power of Fair Trade as a positivelternative to poverty, environmental destruction, and human exploitation,his enlightening book explains how we can make a difference. Withomprehensive coverage of Fair Trade principles, exploration of why Fairrade is such a powerful economic and social justice tool, and methods forarticipation in Fair Trade at home and in society, it will empower theeader to tackle a key source of global injustice. Generating opportunitiesor self-reflection, and providing guideposts for new directions in personalonsumption and civic participation, "Fair Trade: A Beginner's Guide" isnformative and inspiring.
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Review: Fair Trade: A Beginner's GuideUser Review - Ted Turnure - Goodreads
Excellent book on the basics of Fair Trade! Read full review
Review: Fair Trade: A Beginner's GuideUser Review - Eric Bridges - Goodreads
A solid, well-rounded introduction to the Fair Trade movement. There are a lot of other issues and questions that the author touched upon that I would have liked her to go into in further detail ... Read full review
Fighting the Banana Wars and Other Fairtrade Battles: How We Took on the ...
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