The issue of perception, or how climate change and climate policy are perceived across the globe, is one topic being focused on at the Transatlantic Media Dialog. Also being discussed are national security risks, food security, and possible health risks related to climate change.
There is no intrinsic connection between environmental responsibility and fair trade. These are basically two different types of sustainability, social, and environmental. Social responsibility, such as buying fair trade items, allows the people who are creating these products, such as coffee growers, to be paid an equitable wage instead of having their prices driven down by competition.
Often times, the same people who care about social responsibility also care about environmental responsibility. This happens because the same people realize the worth of human rights and the environment.
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