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Attention Fairtrade students! Are you an activist? An aspiring writer? Looking to get back into the swing of things as classes start up? If so, we have the perfect contest for you!
As Colombia rebuilds its society after years of civil war, banana plantations in Urabá, one of the worst affected regions, are empowering workers to have a say in their futures
Fairtrade coffee farmers in Guatemala recently saw their coffee rank among the best in a crowded field of competitors in the Guatemala 2016 Cup of Excellence Competition.
Are you planning to participate in the World Fairtrade Challenge this May? If you’re looking to host a coffee break or other related event check out these ideas and tips from Fair Trade Campaigns, a national organization mobilizing fair trade consumers and advocates across the US.
On Saturday, an earthquake rocked Ecuador. The following message comes from the Fairtrade Producer Network of Latin America, the CLAC, reposted on our site in solidarity with all the Fairtrade farmers and workers who have been affected.
The undeniable impacts of climate change lend an urgency to Earth Day. In Mexico, as well as throughout Latin America, coffee farmers have been dealing with an outbreak of coffee leaf rust, a debilitating disease that has been able to spread quicker due to changing weather patterns and higher temperatures. Farmers in Mexico are recovering from leaf rust disease and increasing their resilience to climate change thanks to a project by Fairtrade, CLAC and Lidl Germany.
Have you ever wanted to host a Fairtrade coffee cupping like the professionals? Now you can! There’s no right or wrong way to cup or taste Fairtrade coffee, but we’ve put together some guidelines to help you along the way.
This blog originally appeared on the Fairtrade partner zone of Guardian Sustainable Business (GSB) on April 20, 2016.
Each year on the anniversary of Rana Plaza, civil society, advocates and consumers sing these words in hopes of ending human rights abuses that plague global supply chains. As a member of civil society and an advocate for greater transparency, responsibility and a revolution, these words speak to me as well.