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50 reasons to buy fair trade [electronic resource] / Miles Litvinoff and John Madeley.

By: Litvinoff, Miles.
Contributor(s): Madeley, John.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: London ; Ann Arbor, MI : Pluto, 2007Description: 1 online resource (xvi, 240 p.).ISBN: 9781849643344 (electronic bk.); 1849643342 (electronic bk.).Other title: Fifty reasons to buy fair trade.Subject(s): Free trade | International trade | Consumption (Economics) | Restraint of trade | Price maintenance -- Developing countries | Developing countries -- Commerce | Developing countries -- Economic conditions | BUSINESS & ECONOMICS -- International -- Marketing | POLITICAL SCIENCE -- International Relations -- Trade & Tariffs | BUSINESS & ECONOMICS -- International -- General | BUSINESS & ECONOMICS -- Exports & ImportsGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: 50 reasons to buy fair trade.DDC classification: 382.091724 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
Back a system that benefits the poor -- Pay small-scale farmers a fairer price -- Buy products you can trust -- Help producers believe in tomorrow -- Make trade more democratic -- Put a human face on development -- Ensure plantation workers earn a living wage -- Empower women and girls -- Bring hope to coffee growers -- Save a cotton farmer's life -- Be part of a growing global movement -- Say "nuts!" to unfair trade -- Enjoy real quality, produced with pride -- Send a child to school -- Keep on making poverty history -- Make your town a fairtrade town -- Build confidence, reduce risk -- Give someone's health a boost -- Promote human rights -- Free child carpet workers -- Bypass the intermediaries -- Drink to a better world -- Transform lives -- Give bad balls the boot -- Stamp out pesticide poisoning -- Travel with respect -- Be a friend of the earth -- End child exploitation -- Lift the debt burden -- Say no to GMOs -- Do something funky with your furniture -- Rebuild lives and livelihoods -- Make transnationals trade more fairly -- Put paid to sweatshops -- Buy into a longer-term relationship -- Show solidarity with Palestinian farmers -- Reach for the goals -- Be a progressive coffee drinker -- Send hope to a hungry country -- Co-operate with co-operatives -- Prove the free trade eggheads wrong -- Make tomorrow's business happen today -- Vote for trade justice -- Enjoy that sweeter taste -- Celebrate in March -- and again in May -- Make markets really work for the poor -- Invest in fair trade -- Keep families and communities together -- Defend diversity -- Change the world! -- Appendixes: 1. Where to buy fair trade -- 2. Fairtrade towns and other areas -- 3. Where to find out more.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 187-202) and index.

Back a system that benefits the poor -- Pay small-scale farmers a fairer price -- Buy products you can trust -- Help producers believe in tomorrow -- Make trade more democratic -- Put a human face on development -- Ensure plantation workers earn a living wage -- Empower women and girls -- Bring hope to coffee growers -- Save a cotton farmer's life -- Be part of a growing global movement -- Say "nuts!" to unfair trade -- Enjoy real quality, produced with pride -- Send a child to school -- Keep on making poverty history -- Make your town a fairtrade town -- Build confidence, reduce risk -- Give someone's health a boost -- Promote human rights -- Free child carpet workers -- Bypass the intermediaries -- Drink to a better world -- Transform lives -- Give bad balls the boot -- Stamp out pesticide poisoning -- Travel with respect -- Be a friend of the earth -- End child exploitation -- Lift the debt burden -- Say no to GMOs -- Do something funky with your furniture -- Rebuild lives and livelihoods -- Make transnationals trade more fairly -- Put paid to sweatshops -- Buy into a longer-term relationship -- Show solidarity with Palestinian farmers -- Reach for the goals -- Be a progressive coffee drinker -- Send hope to a hungry country -- Co-operate with co-operatives -- Prove the free trade eggheads wrong -- Make tomorrow's business happen today -- Vote for trade justice -- Enjoy that sweeter taste -- Celebrate in March -- and again in May -- Make markets really work for the poor -- Invest in fair trade -- Keep families and communities together -- Defend diversity -- Change the world! -- Appendixes: 1. Where to buy fair trade -- 2. Fairtrade towns and other areas -- 3. Where to find out more.

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