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    Energy Saving Trust

    Climate change is a major threat to humanity, fuel bills continue to rise and our reliance on imported energy continues to grow. To address these challenges we all need to reduce our energy consumption and accelerate a move to sustainable, low carbon lifestyles.

  • The Fairtrade Foundation

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    The Fairtrade Foundation is a certification body which awards an independent consumer label – the FAIRTRADE Mark – to products which meet international standards. The FAIRTRADE Mark appears on products as a guarantee that disadvantaged producers are getting a better deal. There are now over 4,500 products carrying the FAIRTRADE Mark in the retail and catering markets. Fairtrade makes a difference to over 1.5 million farmers, workers and their families. It ensures: a price that covers producers’ costs, a premium which producers decide how to invest in their communities on projects such as clean water, healthcare, education and the environment, and long term and more direct trading relations. Products include coffee, tea, herbal teas, chocolate, cocoa, sugar, bananas, grapes, pineapples, mangoes, avocados, apples, pears, plums, grapefruit, lemons, oranges, satsumas, clementines, mandarins, lychees, coconuts, dried fruit, juices, smoothies, biscuits, cakes & snacks, honey, jams & preserves, chutney & sauces, rice, quinoa, herbs &  spices, seeds, nuts & nut oil, wines, beers, rum, confectionary, muesli, cereal bars, yoghurt, ice-cream, flowers, sports balls, sugar body scrub and cotton products including clothing, homeware, cloth toys, cotton wool and olive oil. Fairtrade Fortnight  is the annual campaign each February to raise awar

  • Stepney City Farm

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    We are a working farm in Tower Hamlets; one of the most deprived and densely-populated boroughs in England. We use sustainable agricultural practice to produce safe and healthy food and other products. We operate particularly for those who by virtue of youth, age, disability, financial hardship or social circumstance can especially benefit. We aim to strengthen our community by addressing existing social divisions. We develop the potential and skills of our community through education. This diverse programme covers agriculture, healthy eating, rural arts and crafts as well as the protection of the environment by encouraging reduction, reuse and recycling.