On 8th May World Fair Trade Day 2010 is being celebrated through hundreds of events in more than 70 countries around the world.
The Story of the World's First Fair Trade Olive Oil
Whilst many retailers are closing stores or even leaving the High Street altogether, Fair Trade Fashion pioneer Bishopston Trading Company, has announced plans for expansion.
It was after spending time in India in 2007, that Nieves Ruiz learnt more about fair trade and the positive impact it can have on communities.
Having already become the world's first Fair Trade Nation, Wales is aiming to break another world record this Fairtrade Fortnight ñ for the most bananas eaten in a day!
A report, commissioned by Triodos Bank last year, found that many active ethical consumers often do not apply the same demanding criteria to their choice of bank as they do to their daily lives.
Safia Minney is a social entrepreneur created herfashion company People Tree with Fair Trade principles long before theyhit mainstream consciousness.
Recently Bart Spices set a precedent by launching their all-new range of Fairtrade seasonings onto the supermarket shelves.
If you love pants but hate poverty then these knickers are for you! Fairtrade, organic and sweatshop-free, this is good-looking underwear that carries a vital message.
EBay and World of Good, an organisation that works to alleviate poverty, have joined forces to create a marketplace that is planning on making that dream a reality.
Fairtrade Fornight is currently running, publicising the problems of third world farmers and asking us all to 'do our bit' to help giveproducers a fair deal
What does good food mean to you ñ to your business, your health, your conscience or your taste buds? Come to Bradford, curry capital of the UK, to celebrate and join the great debate.
Olive Co-operative has recently announced the launch of "Trees For Life". This partnership offers the public the opportunity to sponsor the planting of olive trees in Palestine.
Fairtrade producers gathered in Hong Kong to attend Fairtrade fair and symposium', publicising green industry and ethical buying.
Last October, a groundbreaking study by CAAT, the Campaign Against Arms Trade, revealed that at least 67 of the UK's universities invested in the arms trade.