There is growing consumer concern about the conditions under which employeesnd communities in developing countries produce products for the UK market.his has been reflected in the increased sales of Fairtrade products andainstream companies developing codes of conduct for their suppliers. Thiseader-friendly handbook addresses these concerns and provides all thenformation that concerned consumers need about ethical and fair trade. Itmpowers the shopper with both information and advice on how to buy ethicallynd influence company purchasing policy, where to get further information andow to campaign on these issues. While it is aimed at consumers, it alsorovides extensive background information for professionals working in thenvironmental and related fields. The majority of the book contains extensiveists of ethical products and services including: clothes, DIY, electronics, ood, furniture, health and beauty, household goods, jewellery, mail order, usic, shoes, sports, stationary and toys, as well as resources such as books, ebsites and organisations. The book contains everything needed to shop withWhere to Shop, What to Buy and What to Do to Make a Difference William Young, Richard Welford ... Ethical Consumer (1999) a#39;Holding the banks to account - buyersa#39; guide: banks and building societiesa#39;, Ethical Consumer ... 3 EC (2001) a#39; Buyersa#39; guides - supermarketsa#39;, Ethical Consumer Magazine, 71, June/ July, p 14.
|Author||:||William Young, Richard Welford|
|Publisher||:||Fusion Press - 2002|