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Posts Tagged ‘ethical consumption’

Fairtrade Fortnight 1-16 May

Wednesday, April 28th, 2010

It’s that time of year again, its FAIRTRADE FORTNIGHT! There are sooo many ways you can get involved.

The Fair Trade Association of Australia and New Zealand (FTAANZ) are asking New Zealanders to make The Big Swap. They want as to get as many people as possible involved to swap their usual stuff – coffee, tea, bananas, chocolate – even tee shirts –  to Fairtrade stuff.

bigswap

If you want to know more about The Big Swap More or other ways to get involved go to the FTAANZ website www.fairtrade.org.nz/thebigswap


Fair Trade Fortnight Just Women

This year Trade Aid is highlighting the positive impact fair trade has on women working in developing countries with the theme for the fortnight being “’Just Women - justice for women by women”.

Mother’s Day falls during the Fortnight too, so it is a great time for Kiwi’s to show their support for women around the world, and those closer to home, by buying Trade Aid’s gifts.

More info at www.tradeaid.org.nz


coffeebreak

Oxfam
is running it Biggest Coffee Break again this year. It’s easy, fun and a perfect excuse to get together with your friends or work mates over a delicious cuppa. Sign up today to hold a Coffee Break and we’ll send you a pack with everything you need, including free Caffe L’affare Fairtrade coffee or hot chocolate.

All the details are at www.oxfam.org.nz

Do good lives have to cost the earth?

Friday, March 19th, 2010

windOn the face of it, it would seem we must make impossible sacrifices if we want to do our bit for the environment and lead more sustainable, less damaging lives. This book shows that isn’t the case at all. It brings together household names who share a conviction that, on the contrary, living well needn’t cost the earth - and will tell you why and how.

Their collective vision, covering areas from architecture and politics to food and happiness, will completely reframe the way you think about climate change and what you’re willing to do about it. Far from the usual doom and gloom, many here argue that climate change presents a once-in-a-century opportunity to address a whole basket of problems with energy and imagination.

You can join our library and get books and DVDs out for Free!

The Hinitiative

Monday, September 28th, 2009

hiniative

www.thehinitiative.com

thehinitiative is a charitable design label playing Robin Hood. We all know that we like spending on ourselves and others, but we still want to help out somehow! It just seems a little easier to buy that latest stylish top than to pop that same amount into a collection bucket though.

So, why not kill two birds with one stone: LOOK GREAT, DO GOOD.

Get a t-shirt, look great in it, and money goes to charity and good causes. Simple as that.

thehinitiative provides
- their charity partners with a different way of fundraising via the street wear fashion market and a way of raising awareness of causes through a fashion medium

- the public with a brand that they can identity as being socially conscious and know that whatever is purchased through it will be contributing to society and good causes.

And, the icing on the cake: basically ALL their profit goes to charities.

Take it Personally

Wednesday, June 3rd, 2009

take_photo1Anita Roddick of The Body Shop fame has created a work of art with this book, putting images and phrases together, such as, fashion and victim which show us how we have lost perspective of the real world.

Roddick has always tried to conduct business in a personal way, but has found that the business world is dominated by the faceless, and relentless advance of globalisation. This is a world of secret, impersonal committees, who do not take their social responsibilities seriously. The focus is on profit. Without more openness and democracy, she says, the world will be unable to deal with the serious crisis brought on us by globalisation.

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Kowtow Clothing

Thursday, March 19th, 2009


www.kowtow.co.nz

Who are they?

Kowtow is 100% organic fairtrade clothing.. but they are also much more! Kowtow produce fantastic CDs from local and up-and-coming artists, which come free with every t-shirt you buy.


How can I be involved?

Buy a t-shirt! - they are 100% organic fairtrade, and the designs are just rad

Send them your music - they may be interested in throwing it on their next CD!

Micah Clothing

Thursday, March 19th, 2009

micah1

www.micahclothing.co.nz

Who are they?

Darren Frazer, a part time Salvation Army Youth Worker, went looking for a source of Fairtrade Cotton t-shirts in New Zealand, but found none, so decided to do something about it. Micah have ensured that their supply chain is registered under the FLO (Fairtrade Labelling Organisation). The cotton is also organic (Certified by SKAL).


How can I get involved?

Buy their funky clothing! You can purchase online from their website, and they often have sales.

Veja

Thursday, March 19th, 2009


www.veja.fr/

What do they do?

Make funky Fair Trade, environmentally friendly shoes!

How can I get involved?

Buy some! They are currently in stock at stores like Starfish and also on trademe.co.nz