Peyote can be central to maintaining Indigenous cultural sovereignty, but its cultivation is often under threat. Hear from the Native-led initiative that is protecting it.
To truly regenerate our planet, we must address the many exploitations of the conventional agriculture system: not just the soil — but farmers, workers, animals, and water. Regenerative agriculture could hold the key.
Tree planting projects have been popularized as a quick way to combat the climate crisis. But not all tree planting projects have an equal—or necessarily positive—impact.
Fairness, transparency, commitment to small-scale producers: those are just a few of the central fair trade values. They are also […]
In this latest edition of our Field Notes series where we speak with fair trade farmer organizations facing the COVID-19 […]
The past 25 years of NAFTA, or the North American Free Trade Agreement, have been a disaster for working people, […]
October 1st is marked as International Coffee Day around the globe. This year has been a rough one for many […]
From climate change to plummeting prices, the coffee crisis isn’t coming–it’s already here. Fair trade partnerships offer a path forward.
The Amazon rainforest is burning at a record rate. It’s been burning for a month and making news here in […]