Across cultures and throughout history, people have coveted gold, using the precious metal for jewellery, money and technology. How much do you know about gold mining and its star-spangled origins?
Earth's species are dying out faster than ever before, according to a new UN report. It’s clearly a global crisis - but it also directly affects us in our own local environment. We have to find a way to halt this catastrophic crisis in nature, and sustainable agriculture could provide the answer.
Hiking in the mountains or lazing on golden sands, getting lost in a foreign city or island hopping; make a difference with your next adventure!
Anna Pierides, coffee supply chain manager at the Fairtrade Foundation, takes a closer look at why and how Fairtrade coffee farmers are moving to more organic practices.
Did you know that during colder months, when you buy a bunch of roses in the UK, they are often grown in Africa?
Most people are familiar with Fairtrade, so why do the same misconceptions about what it is and how it actually works keep cropping up?
Cotton is the world's oldest commercial crop and is grown in more than 100 countries. How much do you know about this fibre and the people who produce it?
As 2018 winds to a close, we take a look back at some of our most popular blogs from the year.
In the UK, the national minimum wage in 2018 is set to £7.83 per hour. Daily life, however, is much more expensive than a minimum wage can realistically cover.
In the UK we eat 5 billion bananas every year. How much do you know about this delicious and versatile fruit?