Category Archives: fair trade

Water: a human right?

Is there a human right to water? Nestle’s CEO once notoriously suggested that the idea is an extreme one put about by NGOs.[1] Just this week, the same corporation has sparked controversy in a municipality of Ontario by outbidding the … Continue reading

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Investment in Reality

In my final blog of three on responsible investment I offer some reflections on how to think about realities of wealth without being distracted by the symbolic representation of it that money, so unreliably at times, conveys.  While doing so, … Continue reading

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Fairness and Trade

As Scotland is today declared a Fair Trade Nation, and because I am the convener of the University of Edinburgh’s Fair Trade Academic Network, I present a short essay written for the forthcoming issue of the University’s student publication Leviathan. … Continue reading

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