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The MSC Standard by the Marine Stewardship Council is the only internationally recognised set of environmental principles for assessing fisheries to establish whether they are well managed and sustainable. The MSC is an independent, global, non-profit organisation which was set up to find a...
Kodak Brasileira was one of the first companies to lend financial support to Grupo de Apoio a Crianca com Cancer (GACC), a non-profit organisation based in Sao Jose dos Campos that planned to create a hospital for children with cancer.
RECOCARNO (Réseau des Coopératives Caféières de la Région Nord), a network of eight small coffee-producer cooperatives in northern Haiti, was launched with support from several partners, including a fair trade buyer, local and international NGOs, and an international strategic marketing expert.
Coffeelands has set up a Landmine Victims Trust in partnership with the Polus Centre for Social and Economic Development to help landmine victims and those who in any way have been impacted by landmines.
Casio America joined hands with the National Breast Cancer Foundation (NBCF) in launching a new digital camera, the EXILIM EX-Z75 Pink Ribbon.
Kodak was among some 50 American companies operating in Brazil to participate in the first annual Volunteer Week, held under the auspices of USAID with environmental improvement as the theme.
After the South Asian Tsunami hit the eastern shore of Sri Lanka in 2004, Merlin, the UK medical NGO, immediately responded to the disaster and asked for partnerships.
On 26th December 2003, Bam City was devastated by an enormous earthquake. exhibition marking the first anniversary of the earthquake. Five months later, Picture People, a UK based Charitable Trust, went to Bam and began the 'Bam Project'.
Tate & Lyle establishes "Fairtrade For All" for cane sugar in partnership with the Fairtrade Foundation and the Belize Sugar Cane Farmers Association
Reflecting a long-term commitment to their suppliers, in February 2008 Tate & Lyle announced a decision to convert all UK retail cane sugar to Fairtrade by the end of 2009.
Starbucks, the Fairtrade Labelling Organisations (FLO) and TransFair USA announced joining forces to leverage a small-scale coffee farmer loan program that is intended to grow to at least $20 million by 2015 based on current commitments from Starbucks Coffee Company.