Fair Trade: A Beginner's Guide
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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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
why its not just for coffee farmers anymore
Fish dont know they are wet or how trading influences our lives
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