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February 28th, 2012
Up to 33 Million in Africa and Asia to Receive Access to Solar Energy

(New York) — Up to 33 million people living in poverty in Africa and Asia will gain access to low-cost solar energy by 2016 following a commitment made by solar power provider ToughStuff to the Business Call to Action (BCtA) today. The BCtA is

August 15th, 2011
Coca-Cola spendet eine Million Euro gegen Hunger in Afrika

Nairobi > Die Coca-Cola Foundation unterstützt den Kampf gegen den Hunger in Kenia, Äthiopien und Somalia mit 134 Millionen Kenia-Shilling, das entspricht knapp einer Million Euro. Mit dem Geld sollen Soforthilfemaßnahmen ermöglicht werden: die Beschaffung von Nahrungsmitteln und Wasser und die Bereitstellung von

November 1st, 2010
Coffee Talk: Sustainable Practices in the Coffee Industry

This week on Sea Change Radio, we talk coffee with two leading coffee experts to learn more about the cultivation, trade and regulation of the ubiquitous cup-a-joe. First, Alex Wise speaks with Rainer Bussmann, the Director of the William L. Brown Center at the

August 19th, 2010
Tip the Farmer?

In much of the world, patrons of restaurants and bars tip their waiters, waitresses, and bartenders, in recognition of a job well-done (and in recognition that, in some jurisdictions at least, such jobs are exempted from minimum wage requirements). More recently, tip jars have shown up at places featuring counter service only, like coffee shops. [...]

December 7th, 2006
Governments don’t do enough to fight corruption, says new poll

Global Corruption Barometer shows police, political parties, parliaments most compromised Brussels/Berlin, 7 December 2006 – Millions of people around the world come face-to-face with corruption in their daily lives, and urgently want their government to take action to stop it. This is the resounding

December 7th, 2006
Oxfam Slams Starbucks for Opposing Ethiopian Coffee Name Trademarking

Seth Petchers, Oxfam International's Make Trade Fair campaign coffee lead, discusses how Starbucks opposes Ethiopia's bid to trademark its renowned regional coffee names--Sidamo, Harrar, and Yirgacheffe. Dean Cycon, founder of Dean's Beans Organic Coffee Company, discusses problems with the trademarking solution, and

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