Fair Trade

Written by Bill McKibben

In a sense, all discussions of local economics is about Fair Trade--about raising wheat and lettuce in a way that honors both farmer and soil; about growing timber in a way that allows loggers to work at a reasonable pace and in a living forest; about saving and producing energy in quantities that don;t require military adventure or climatic upheaval.  About giving up some measure of efficiency for other values.

Bill McKibben, Deep Economy, p.175. 

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