Fair Trade & The Social Economy
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Challenge yourselves to reduce your carbon footprint through proper engine / fuel line maintenance (bicycles don't count for this one; you are already there). read more
The Story of Stuff is a 20-minute; fast-paced, fact-filled look at the underside of our production and consumption patterns, with a special focus on the United States. All the stuff in our lives, beginning from the extraction of the resources to make it, through its production, sale, use and disposal, affects communities at home and abroad, yet most of this read more
This is our entry for the Green Pages contest, 'My Big Sustainability Idea'. Please read and give us your support with your vote! We'd love to hear your thoughts and suggestions.
The Onaen House project is a new approach that intersects urban community revival, personal benefits, economic stability , ecological and community health.
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A Fair trade business should be able to demonstrate its commitment to fair trade by providing verifiable documentation to its customers. A general ‘rule of thumb’ for determining whether fair trade claims match their business practices is this: The more information that an organization can provide you the customer with on how they do business, the read more