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I’m unhealthily obsessed with chickpeas (that’s not really an exaggeration – I overdosed on fiber one week and drove myself to nausea). I usually cook a can with olive oil, parsley, and garlic, but I decided to branch out this … Continue reading
People Tree, a fair trade fashion label based in London, just released their second Eco Edit digital magazine. This one focuses on life after the Rhana Plaza collapse. It’s pretty bleak, but it’s so important that we read firsthand accounts … Continue reading
October is Fair Trade Month. It’s the perfect opportunity to encourage fair trade in your life and the lives of others. Buy yourself some fair trade chocolate. Buy your friend a fair trade scarf. Read up on fair trade and … Continue reading
Equal Exchange just released an informative history of fair trade in pdf form. The best part is that it’s a comic book! I knew relatively little about the origin of the fair trade movement before delving into the guide. While … Continue reading
Thought provoking reads on consumption, charity, and corporations: Clothing Ourselves in Shame: Why do we pay for convenience but not for the lives of the people who make our clothes?; David Cloutier for Catholic Moral Theology My favorite pet peeve … Continue reading
“Respect for workers worldwide.” The Ethical Trading Initiative accepts companies that, at a minimum, satisfy the labor standards set forth in their Base Code. Although they don’t actively police, they can assure ethics-minded consumers that the companies who take part … Continue reading