Global warming : Why is the world getting hotter and what can we do about it? Free trade is a part of globalization and it sounds great in theory: if we removed all barriers to trade, such as import tariffs the taxes companies have to pay to get their goods into another country and sell them thereall countries could compete on a level playing field—and what could be fairer than that?
Batteries : We all need electricity, wherever we happen to be, so thank goodness for batteries—miniature power plants you can carry in your pocket!
Is nuclear power safe or not? And the advent of ebooks played a major part in his success. You can read more about the rigged rules of free trade on Oxfam's Trade campaign website.That's certainly an improvement on ordinary, commodity coffee, which makes no promises at all. You've come to the right place! In , public-school teachers in the U. Diana Lynn Slater of Pleasant Hill was born October 31, , in Kansas City, the daughter of Leonard Bryant and Barbara Jewell Daniel Slater and departed this life on Saturday, December 20, , at her home surrounded by love and family at the age of 57 years, 1 month and 20 days. Jane's sister, Elizabeth Bessie Burden, was born. It sounds like a great idea and it's a sentiment virtually everyone would endorse—but unfortunately it oversimplifies things. Communications : Why do we bounce telephone calls off satellites?
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Please click here to find out more. According to founder Roy Scott: "There remains an enormous discrepancy between pay, conditions, and opportunity that Europeans would regard as acceptable, compared with those of the producers of most products being bought.
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Emma Shelton, William Morris's mother, was born in Worcester. It's Fair Trade Month.