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Fair Trade and How It Works

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Fair trade ensures that farmers and workers in the developing world get a fair price for their labor and products. It also promotes environmental sustainability, creates long-term trade relationships, and offers workers safe working conditions and opportunities for advancement. Readers will learn about the principles that guide fair trade, its concrete effects, and ...more
Hardcover, 158 pages
Published January 15th 2011 by Rosen Classroom
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Through her global travels and explorations Jacqueline DeCarlo became convinced of the benefits of Fair Trade to both producers and consumers. Believing that Fair Trade offers a sustainable and empowering framework for understanding consumption and trade, Jackie travels throughout the United States determined to help educate other consumers about Fair Trades power and potential. She was the ...more
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