Say it with flowers

In 2007, Hilary Benn, Britain’s International Development Secretary asked consumers to buy roses from Kenya because importing African flowers is better for the environment in view of the fact they are not grown in heated greenhouses. He added that it makes it easier for African people to make a decent living.

But are his arguments right? How sustainable are flowers from the South and how good are the working conditions? And what is fair trade’s role in this?

Say it with flowers!

Ethics and sustainability in the flower value chain
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