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Cut plastic, buy organic and support fair prices to farmers this Easter with our tips for how to buy (or make) an ethical Easter egg.
For me, being part of the co-operative helps, and a new agroforestry project is helping us to adapt to climate change and grow timber, mango, orange and veg, as well as cocoa for export, writes farmer Bismark Kpabitey.
Far from mass-produced olives and damaging harvesting processes, small-scale olive farms in Spain, Greece and Palestine are using low-intensive and organic farming to produce oil full of flavour while protecting soil and wildlife.
Majority of UK consumers don’t realise that the climate poses a threat to supplies of tropical favourites like bananas or coffee, survey finds.
With a focus on crafts, beauty and other original low-impact gifts from small ethical businesses – share the joy of a sustainable Christmas with our 2021 gift guide.
Issue 12: Fairness and five years.
Find out more about Wicked Leeks and our publisher, organic veg box company Riverford.