Making fair-trade mainstream

20 June 2012

At the United Nations summit about sustainable development in Rio Solidaridad is working towards a more sustainable supply chain. In an interview with UN television, Jeroen Douglas, Regional Director Solidaridad South America (also known as Fundación Solidaridad Latinoamericana), talks about 20 years of sustainability since the first Rio Earth summit. 

A journey that started with the introduction of fair-trade coffee, progressed to the organization now working with 11 commodities including cocoa, tea, cotton, tropical fruits, soy, palm oil and livestock.

Read more on Solidaridad at the Rio+20 Conference.



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