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Consumer Conscience

How Environment and Ethics are Influencing Exports

This report on the International Trade Centre (ITC) World Export Development Forum on Consumers, Ethics and Environment (October 2008), reflects on what ethical trade means, the growth in the global fair trade and ethical markets, how entrepreneurs in developing countries can break into these markets, and what trade support institutions and governments should be doing to help ethical traders. It considers the bottom line for every topic discussed: how to use ethical trade as a tool to raise standards of living for everyone involved.

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The story of ethical trade so far has been a saga almost exclusively of civil society initiative, private endeavour, individual struggle and non-governmental achievement.