Buyer Be Fair
Conservation • 57m
Directed by John de Graaf and Hana Jindrova • Documentary • 2006 • 57 minutes
BUYER BE FAIR looks at two major trade goods—timber and coffee—to find out how Fair Trade certification works and whether it helps the world's poor, and their lands. Can the lessons from certification of timber, by the Forest Stewardship Council, and coffee, by Fair Trade, be applied to other products?
BUYER BE FAIR takes viewers to Mexico, the Netherlands, the UK, Sweden, the USA and Canada, where compelling stories and characters raise and answer these questions in a powerful documentary that explores new ways to make globalization work for all of us.
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