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Grade 3: How We Organize Ourselves (HWOO)

The struggle to share the environment impacts livings things.

Databases and References

The Fairtrade label

You will see some products with this label. The FAIRTRADE Label is a way of showing that the products help the producer, their families and the community. Fairtrade guarantees a fair price to the farmer or producer. About 2500 products around the world carry the Fairtrade label: tea, coffee, chocolate, cocoa, sugar, bananas, dried fruit, juice, honey, cakes and snacks, preserves, nuts, oils, herbs, spices, rice, beer, rum, wine, roses, cotton products, clothes, shoes, gold, vanilla, ice cream, flowers, cosmetics and sports balls.

My Fairtrade Adventure

The Story of Fair Trade Football

Sustainable Alternatives

Tipping the Balance

What is Fairtrade?

20 Years of Fairtrade

Dr Bronner Palm Oil

What is eco-tourism?

Our Impact on the Environment

Books in the Library

The Story of Stuff

Fairtrade Bananas

Epic Reading

Log into www.getepic.com/students

Enter the class code: ahj8696

Create your own avatar and profile then EXPLORE the FAIRTRADE collection.

 

Fashion fast and slow

United Nations International School, Hanoi