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If you're angry about the collapse of a garment factory in Bangladesh last week that killed more than 400 people, look at your own closet to see where some of the blame lies.
By Susanna Bair Andrew Savitz, founder of Sustainable Business Strategies and author of books including Talent, Transformation and the Triple Bottom Line, recalls how one freezing January night, he saw an old woman in rags, sleeping in the gutter of one of the most fashionable shopping districts in Paris. The image prompted him to dedicate his life "to finding ways to unleash or harness the power of the free market, so that no one has to live like that."
By Mary Jo Cook, Chief Impact Officer, FairTrade USA Published in Partnership with Reuters AlertNet and in advance of the 2013 Skoll World Forum. Watch the live stream April 10-12 by clicking here.
Labor Link--a service that lets companies anonymously survey factory workers at their suppliers--hopes to make working conditions in the developing world more transparent Six billion people--many of them in developing countries--have mobile phones.
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