5 episodes

With COP26 coming to Glasgow in November, we'll be talking to people who are doing their bit to make the world more sustainable, and Scotland a Fair Trade Nation. We’re talking about Fair Trade, putting people and planet first in conversations about taking on big brands, good coffee, democracy, ethical supply chains, conscious consumers, sustainable business models, women’s empowerment, the climate emergency and more. Brought to you by the Scottish Fair Trade Forum.

The Faircast Scottish Fair Trade Forum

    • Society & Culture

With COP26 coming to Glasgow in November, we'll be talking to people who are doing their bit to make the world more sustainable, and Scotland a Fair Trade Nation. We’re talking about Fair Trade, putting people and planet first in conversations about taking on big brands, good coffee, democracy, ethical supply chains, conscious consumers, sustainable business models, women’s empowerment, the climate emergency and more. Brought to you by the Scottish Fair Trade Forum.

    BONUS: Sonia Paiva, Managing Director of Eswatini Kitchen and founder of the Woman Farmer Foundation

    BONUS: Sonia Paiva, Managing Director of Eswatini Kitchen and founder of the Woman Farmer Foundation

    Find out more about us and all our guests by visiting the podcast pages of our website.

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    The podcast is produced and edited by Josh Brown @ThirdWorks

    • 37 min
    Women in Fair Trade: tackling climate change

    Women in Fair Trade: tackling climate change

    In episode four, Martin talks to Sonia Paiva of Eswatini Kitchen, Deborah Osei-Mensah of Asunafo North Farmers Union, Julie Hagan Gogo Olive and Mary Popple JTS – Just Trading Scotland about women, Fair Trade and climate change.

    Find out more about us and all our guests by visiting the podcast pages of our website.

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    The podcast is produced and edited by Josh Brown @ThirdWorks

    • 43 min
    Remaking clothing for people and planet

    Remaking clothing for people and planet

    In this episode Martin Rhodes talks to Paola Masperi of Mayamiko, Elizabeth Tobon of Dos Mundos, Andy Ashcroft of Koolskools and partners Ranga Rajan, Dibella India and Louise White, Corpus Christi Primary School. Episode 3 is all about responsible fashion, ethical clothing, quality, Fairtrade and organic cotton, environmental impact, education, partnership and opportunity.

    Find out more about us and all our guests by visiting the podcast pages of our website.

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    The podcast is produced and edited by Josh Brown @ThirdWorks

    • 48 min
    What's a good cup of coffee?

    What's a good cup of coffee?

    In episode two, Martin Rhodes talks to Senga Gall and Josh Pitts of Equal Exchange UK, James Faddes of Glesga Roasters, Joyce Juma-Phiri of Fair Trade Scotland and Aimable Nshimiye of Sholi Coffee Co-op about Fair Trade, climate change, coffee farming and coffee that’s good for people and planet.
    Find out more about us and all our guests by visiting the podcast pages of our website.

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    The podcast is produced and edited by Josh Brown @ThirdWorks

    • 45 min
    Doing things differently to take on the big brands

    Doing things differently to take on the big brands

    With COP26 coming to Glasgow, we talk to people who are doing their bit to make the world more sustainable and Scotland a Fair Trade Nation.
    In episode one, Martin Rhodes talks to Jessamy Beeson-Jones of Karma Drinks and Albert Tucker of the Karma Foundation, Scott Erwin of Greencity Wholefoods and Matt Oliver of Traidcraft and Bala Sport about taking on big brands with fair trade and ethical alternatives that are good for people and for planet.

    Find out more about us and all our guests by visiting the podcast pages of our website.

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    The podcast is produced and edited by Josh Brown @ThirdWorks

    • 39 min