Best Fairtrade podcasts we could find (Updated August 2019)
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Business with Purpose takes you “behind the scenes” with some of the world’s most generous entrepreneurs with host Molly Stillman of "still being molly blog - stillbeingmolly.com." From the CEOs of mission-driven brands, to directors of small, community non-profits, and everything in between, Molly is sitting down with men and women who believe in changing the world through not only their personal lives, but also their professional careers. We believe that every person was created with a pur ...
 
The World Fair Trade Organization is a global community of Fair Trade Enterprises pioneering models of business that put workers and farmers first.
 
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Fashion in Threads
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A weekly podcast for the responsible fashion lovers, conscious thinkers and creative entrepreneurs.
 
Breaking News on Confectionery & Biscuit Processing
 
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Geog Bing
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Musings on Geography at secondary school
 
An environmental podcast that uses science, humour and suggestions on real world action you can take to make a positive contribution to help the planet. Hosted by Waveney Warth (an environmental advocate who went 100% waste-free for an entire year) and Tim Batt (a comedian who’s trying to learn and do better by the planet). We discuss everything from organic farming to Fairtrade, to renewable energy to greenwashing, aiming to inform and arm you with ways to help the environment.
 
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In Our Hands Podcast
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Sharing knowledge of sustainability, and snippets of my activism work on homelessness from time to time. A better future for all is IN OUR HANDS.Get in touch:- Twitter: @papakowbaiden - Email: hello@papabaiden.com
 
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Sustainable Business
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Ideas and insights for progressive business leaders, brought to you by theguardian.com
 
 
Real business owners and professionals in many industries share what it takes for them to be successful in their professions.
 
We talk how to live a world-changing life. So just like life is full of ups and downs, we’ll feature the good, the bad and the funny of what it means to be an ethically motivated person, living on this planet.
 
Step into a world of Ideas and Inspiration. From kitchens and bathrooms, to bedrooms and basements, fixtures and fittings to fine food, gardens and the latest in home renovation, to fashion beauty and gifts, you'll find it all under one roof at this award-winning show.
 
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Maroma is a Fair Trade Enterprise from India that is built to benefit its workers and their community. It is part of the wave of all-natural products that is seeing increased consumer demand - specialising in body care products and fragrances. As a social enterprise, they have leveraged their commitment to people and planet to create high quali ...…
 
Sharon Hodde Miller is an author, speaker and church planter who is passionate about cultivating the gifts of women through ministry. In addition to leading Bright City Church in Durham, NC with her husband Ike, she has released two books: Why Life is Better When it’s Not about You (2017), and Nice: Why We Love to Be Liked and How God Calls Us ...…
 
Sponsored by Kōkako Organic Coffee Roasters (carbon neutral coffee since 2016) and Go Well Consulting (guiding businesses to the sustainable future). Tim explains/defends his decision to go vegan as Waveney probs the benefits and real effect on a sustainable future. We chat about water usage, animal ethics and Eating Animals (the book to turn y ...…
 
Kisha Mays is a Successful Serial Entrepreneur, Visionary Global Business Development Strategist, Best Selling Author, Angel Investor, and Philanthropist. Her primary focus is on helping to develop 1,000,000 Fearless Female Entrepreneurs generating a minimum of $1,000,000+ in annual revenue. Turning them into unicorn global businesses through t ...…
 
Sponsored by Ethique – a New Zealand zero-waste beauty company on a mission to rid the world of plastic waste. We chat to ‘The Nappy Lady’ Kate Meads who is an expert in cutting down waste while parenting. Kate lays out just how UNscary cloth nappies are, what we should we doing for school lunches and the unexpected health risks of baby food po ...…
 
Laughter is the best medicine, and Kevin Fredericks (KevOnStage) is here to talk about how humor can heal and bring us together. Kevin does it all. He has nearly 5 million followers and 140 million views on YouTube. He’s a fast-rising entertainer who’s already sold out a 50 city self-produced tour, written and produced several TV shows and movi ...…
 
Sponsored by All Heart NZ – helping corporates to redirect, repurpose and reduce their waste while supporting communities throughout Aotearoa and globally. Greenwashing: The nasty practice of companies marketing their environmentalism to sell stuff, when they're actually not being good friends to the planet at all. It's complex and it's an incr ...…
 
CREATIVE CONVERSATIONS is a regular Confectionery News podcast and online feature profiling influential people working in the confectionery industry. Our next podcast guest is Sarah Lynn, founder of Sweets in the City.By Anthony Myers.
 
Have you ever had an idea so big that it feels impossible, too scary, too out of reach? If you have a calling that overwhelms you, join us to hear how Jeremy Cowart’s career has tackled all those questions and more. Jeremy has accomplished many wonderful callings including work as a humanitarian photographer, artist, author, and founder of The ...…
 
Sponsored by Huckleberry – Your organic grocer and one stop shop for better food and living. In this episode Waveney and television presenter Miriama Kamo, swap their zero-waste-life stories. Waveney (11 years in) and Miriama (seven months in) both have heaps in common –the same favourite things and the same secret phobias. They even both have ...…
 
Common Objective (CO) co-founder Clare Lissaman shares her views on the future of ethical fashion and how the fashion industry is increasingly becoming more transparent and sustainable. At the end, of the discussion Clare gives her take on the unique opportunities for social enterprises. CO is an online matchmaker for the ethical fashion chain.…
 
Today’s Purpose: You don’t have to be in the public sector or start your own charity to make a difference in the world. You can make a huge impact with business! It’s possible to be in both the corporate world and non-profit world and lead the way in social responsibility. Today’s guest is Kate Hayes, who oversees Echoing Green’s “Ecosystem Pro ...…
 
We’re joined by Fairtrade Australia & New Zealand’s Business Development Manager, Pravin Sawmy. We discuss how Fairtrade is more than just getting a fair price for farmers - It's about looking after the surrounding farming community to bring lasting positive change, and even bringing in organic practices through incentive schemes. We learn abou ...…
 
The International Organization for Standardization (ISO) standard on sustainable cocoa will help mainstream ethical cocoa, says the chair of the standard, while an NGO worries uptake will be limited.By Oliver Nieburg.
 
We create so much waste. We don’t recycle enough, and we throw out tons of textile waste every year with no thought of the impact it has on our planet. In 2017, I visited the largest landfill in East Africa, the Dandora dump in Kenya. It was a horrifying and life-changing experience that made me think twice about my habits. We are to be good st ...…
 
Sponsored by Huckleberry – Your organic grocer and one stop shop for better food and living. As of 1 July 2019, New Zealand has banned the use of single-use plastic bags at shops and other businesses. But just what’s so bad about these bags? Waveney and Tim get into it. Also in this episode, • Tim explains why he’s tried going vegan and meat’s ...…
 
In our new podcast, Jonathan and Helen discuss their new initiative to allow consumers to directly tip the maker of the product. This podcast explains how tip me works, and how it benefits businesses in the promotion of ethically-made products.By Social enterprises + Fair Trade (WFTO).
 
Do you realize how much power you have as a consumer? I’m serious. There’s that famous quote that I use all the time which is “You vote every single day by the way you spend your money.” and over the last couple of years, I’ve found that this is truer than ever… your beliefs drive how you purchase goods and services and companies that don’t adh ...…
 
On International Cooperatives Day we hear from Ed Mayo, the secretary general of Cooperatives UK. Ed is helping drive new ideas on creating a Fair Trade economy. He talks about where and how cooperatives thrive, and why they are a bold idea in a world of ecological and social challenges. He gives the story of coops in Japan, Finland, Spain and ...…
 
Sponsored by Huckleberry – Your organic grocer and one stop shop for better food and living. Comedian Dai Henwood joins us to chat about his life as an environmentally minded dad, a fan of Japanese philosophy and the history (and ethics) of tea. Waveney counts down the top tips to enjoy a sustainable cuppa and explains what happened to NZ’s sho ...…
 
You know very well by now my intense passion and heart for ending human trafficking. This is an issue that when I first REALLY learned about it in 2011, I could no longer sit back and ignore it… it’s an issue I quickly dove into learning as much as I could about it. It’s an issue that affects women, men, and children of all ages, races, socio-e ...…
 
This week, Erinch speaks with Laura Cave from BAFTS- a leading network of independent Fair Trade shops in the UK. Laura tells her story of founding a social enterprise to collaborate with and benefit artisans in Peru.By Social Enterprise + Fair Trade (WFTO).
 
The Roundtable for Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO) argues palm oil boycotts pave the way for unsustainable alternatives, but Greenpeace says that if the palm industry operates as usual, brands are left with little choice.By Oliver Nieburg.
 
In 1950, the world’s population of 2.5 billion produced just over 1.5 million tons of plastic. Today, with a global population of more than 7 billion people, we product over 320 million tons of plastic… and it’s estimated that this number is set to DOUBLE by the year 2034. And every single day, approximately 8 million pieces of plastic pollutio ...…
 
CREATIVE CONVERSATIONS is a regular Confectionery News podcast and online feature profiling influential people working in the confectionery industry. Our first podcast guest is James Cadbury, founder of ethical chocolate company Love Cocoa, and yes, a descendant of the original Mr Cadbury.By Anthony Myers.
 
Created for a mission and designed for impact, CORR The Jute Works sets examples of how modern social entrepreneurship should be. Their successes show it is possible to redefine business to prioritise the people and planet through inclusive governance and representation in decision-making, women’s empowerment and modern and sustainable products ...…
 
Sponsored by All Heart NZ – helping corporates to redirect, repurpose and reduce their waste while supporting communities throughout Aotearoa and globally. Palm Oil: It’s got hundreds of uses and names, and is in half of all packaged goods in supermarkets. It's also partially responsible for the recent extinction of half of all vertebrate on Ea ...…
 
The World Cocoa Farmers Organization (WCFO) is asking Ghana and Côte d’Ivoire to reconsider setting a minimum cocoa price, while the International Cocoa Organization (ICCO) is suprised the price was not higher.By Oliver Nieburg.
 
Do you have an item or two (or seven) in your closet that you’ve held on to for a long time and you’re not sure why? It doesn’t fit or it’s out of style but it holds some type of significant meaning to you… whether we realize it or not… a lot of our identity, personal history, and even sometimes our self-esteem can have a significant connection ...…
 
Can a chocolate social enterprise go global? This is Arjen's story of Tony's Chocolonely. Arjen helped take Tony's from 4 people in an empty room to a global chocolate success story. He discusses the big issues in cocoa and compares social enterprises to companies that aren't making the tough choices to put people and planet first.…
 
Corretta Scott King was quoted as saying "The greatness of a community is most accurately measured by the compassionate actions of its members." Sometimes, when we think about community, we focus solely on our neighbors. Yes, we should be participants in our community, but we should also think about community in a broader sense. Consider our on ...…
 
Sponsored by Huckleberry – Your organic grocer and one stop shop for better food and living. Welcome to the show. In this first episode, we learn about our hosts’ journeys into environmentalism. Waveney Warth is a long-time environmental advocate who (with her husband) dedicated a year to going completely waste-free but is uncomfortable with ba ...…
 
Social entrepreneurs Susi and Henry together with team member Dilani of Rice and Carry in Colombo, Sri Lanka share their upcycling and recycling stories. They also tell their inspiring story on their journey as a social enterprise operating in the rural community of Sri Lanka.By Social Enterprise + Fair Trade (WFTO).
 
How do you approach tragedy? What do you do when the bad things come in life? How do you handle pain, sorrow, and sadness? Today's guest used a period of suffering to make herself better, give herself strength to carry on, and inspire others to do the same. Nancy Solari is the founder, creator, and host of Living Full Out. She wants to encourag ...…
 
This looks at how industrial developments can harm the environment but also how modern industrial developments now limit their impact - with reference to the Nestle factory at Fawdon.
 
An exploration of the changes and effects taking place in South Cambridgeshire and Outer Hebrides
 
What is FairTrade, how can we trust it and how does it help improve the level of development in poorer countries? Find out in this podcast
 
In this exclusive ConfectioneryNews’ podcast we talk to Kaylee Dugan and Laura Renaud, part of the company’s communications team, on what’s trending and how Hershey are managing to keep ahead of the competition.By Anthony Myers.
 
This tricky little part of the Changing Economic World needs some love from you because if it comes up most students will find it really challenging!
 
Andrea is a sustainable fashion entrepreneur, fashion lecturer, advocate and chair of the New York City Fair Trade Coalition. Her journey started in New York's fashion industry, took her to Uganda and through to social enterprise and Fair Trade. She tells her story and reflects on the future of sustainable fashion.…
 
This episode is for the guys. When it comes to fashion and style, what's your perspective? Do you have a personal style, or do you go through the motions each morning. Additionally, what do you think of ethical fashion? Do you think it only applies to women, or does it resonate with you. Let's be honest, in the ethical fashion realm, the voices ...…
 
In the last year, I've been open in sharing about my faith journey and it's impact on my life. Through grief, my faith has been stretched and grown, and through scripture, my faith has been transformed. However, memorizing scripture can be a challenge. Meet Vera Schmitz, the founder of Dwell. Dwell is a membership service that helps people to c ...…
 
Last gasp revision prior to Paper1
 
A guide on how to answer Q1.9 and Q5.3 in the mock
 
It's no secret we live in a time of heightened social tension. There are issues all around us we're inundated with through the media and around the dinner table. It's overwhelming to consider how we should address issues including racism, foster care reform, recidivism rates, and healthcare. Today's guest is tackling these issues with a unique ...…
 
I have a hunch that Nepal and Chile are going to come in handy in the exam....
 
How is Nigeria important globally and regionally and what are some of its economic, political, cultural and environmental quirks?
 
In the last year, big brands like Nike, Athleta, and J.Crew have entered the fair trade industry. It's a big win for the fair trade movement, but it leaves small business owners with daunting challengers. Mom-and-pop shops are no match for companies like Target. No longer is it enough to market the story of your artisans and expect to generate ...…
 
A new exhibition at York Chocolate Story delves into the one of the world’s most popular chocolate bars. We speak to the man behind the exhibition, guest experience manager Bernie Fleck.By Anthony Myers.
 
Ethical issues surrounding the jewelry industry are often vague and misunderstood. Movies like Blood Diamond examine these problems, but we need to go deeper to fully understand the ethical issues surrounding gold and diamond purchases. Marc Choyt is the president of Reflective Jewelry. He joins us to answer all of your questions on ethical jew ...…
 
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