Leaders across the supply chain commit to “people, planet, profit” approach to sustainable sourcing
January 30, 2013 – The Clinton Giustra Sustainable Growth Initiative (CGSGI), the Skoll Foundation, Fundación Avina, and Fair Trade USA recently hosted a daylong event aimed at making global supply chains more sustainable. President Bill Clinton joined thirty-seven leaders from the business, farming, academic, NGO and philanthropic communities to address key challenges around global poverty and environmental degradation, market failures and growing economic disparity.
Findings Lay Foundation for Greater Transparency and Impact in Apparel Sector
OAKLAND, Calif. (January 23, 2013) Fair Trade USA's Multi-Stakeholder Group (MSG) for apparel today released a report on the recently completed Fair Trade Certified™ apparel pilot program.
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.
As Americans renew their New Year's Resolutions to eat healthy and lose weight, Lily's stevia-sweetened chocolate offers a delicious, guilt-free, 25 percent fewer calories solution.