Fair Trade: A Beginner's Guide

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Oneworld Publications, May 1, 2007 - Political Science - 192 pages
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What's wrong with buying regular coffee? Does Fair Trade necessarily mean ethical trade? What impact can consumers have on global economics? "Fair Trade: A Beginner's Guide" reveals why Fair Trade means more than just bananas, coffee, and chocolate. Author and activist Jacqueline DeCarlo explains the principles behind Fair Trade and its development into a powerful economic tool. Packed with inspiring ways to make a difference, this book will encourage readers of all backgrounds to help end poverty,environmental destruction, and human exploitation.

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User Review  - Ted Turnure - Goodreads

Excellent book on the basics of Fair Trade! Read full review

Review: Fair Trade: A Beginner's Guide

User 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

Contents

why its not just for coffee farmers anymore
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Fish dont know they are wet or how trading influences our lives
10
Why is Fair Trade so popular?
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Copyright

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About the author (2007)

Jacqueline DeCarlo is Fair Trade Program Advisor of Catholic Relief Services, and former Director of the Fair Trade Resource Network.

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