Multimedia Collection

Fair Trade, Fair Profit: Making Green Enterprise Work

DVD
27 min
2004
HB846.3 .F35 2004 DVD

All over the world, green enterprise is growing. This program focuses on the catalyst that is transforming Earth-friendly businesses into paying ventures: a thing that economists call externalities. In Mexico, coffee growers use collective bargaining to create a more secure market. In Tanzania, where malaria is rampant, a mosquito net manufacturer makes good by marketing social change. In Brazil, babassu nut farmers preserve their traditional business by finding markets for their by-products. And in Uganda, impoverished entrepreneurs rebuild their community with startup money from a nontraditional venture capital fund called C3.

Distributed by Films for the Humanities & Sciences.

Description Disclaimer

Business & Economics

Contact Us: (541) 737-2538,