Contributing Writer: David Bronner, Adapted and updated from the 2003 Vote Hemp Report The subject of why or whether to […]
WHY INDUSTRIAL HEMP?
Issue 6, Spring 2013
In this issue of For A Better World we have included articles on domestic agricultural issues such as the lack of fairness in the farm bill and the movement to grow hemp in the US. These issues may seem a deviation from traditional international fair trade, but to create authentic system change we must connect all of these social justice issues.
Contributing Writer: Jason Freeman Hemp provides the unique opportunity to create an innovative value chain which is both socially just […]
Contributing Writer: La Vía Campesina Even in today’s high-tech world, almost half of the global population is peasants or, in […]
Contributing Writer: Kari Hamerschlag The federal Farm Bill is the single most important piece of legislation affecting the food you […]
NAFTA has had negative and often unintended consequences for many people in North America, including farmers, workers and consumers. An […]
Contributing Writer: Nasser Abufarha “Fair Trade” was originally conceived as a way to address disparities between conditions of small farmers […]
Contributing Writer: Marcelle Renkin Settled in the altiplano of Guatemala with views across four volcanoes, the town of Chuacruz is […]
World Fair Trade Day is May 11! Over 700 natural products retailers are expected to participate in Fair World Project’s […]