Archive for March, 2010

Fair Trade City/town status

Fair Trade City/town status

Posted on29. Mar, 2010 by .

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In March 2004 Liverpool was awarded Fairtrade City Status. I live in Liverpool in the UK so I’m entitle to be proud of the city The City Council has now pledged to make Liverpool the leading Fairtrade City in the UK. On the Fair Trade website http://www.fairtrade.org.uk there are only 435 places listed for the […]

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The world’s first compostable bottle?

The world’s first compostable bottle?

Posted on29. Mar, 2010 by .

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Why don’t all companies use these bottles? BIOTA uses nature-based packaging from NatureWorks ™ PLA. NatureWorks ™ PLA is the first commercially viable packaging material derived entirely from an annually renewable resource – corn. BIOTA is the first beverage company in the world to exclusively use. NatureWorks ™ PLA to bottle its products. BIOTA water […]

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Jamie Oliver vs The USA

Posted on28. Mar, 2010 by .

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Love him or loath him… and we love him at Green Planet… the man has backbone In case you didn’t know Jamie is in the USA.. not to preach but to educate and highlight poor diet habits that parents subject their kids to… for basically a quiet life….. I’m not just talking just in the […]

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A divine story

A divine story

Posted on28. Mar, 2010 by .

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How cool is this story… But why don’t other companies with other products do the same? In autumn 1998, Divine, the first ever Fairtrade chocolate bar aimed at the mass market was launched onto the UK confectionery market. In an exciting new business model, the co-operative of cocoa farmers in Ghana own shares in the […]

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An offer you cannot refuse?

An offer you cannot refuse?

Posted on27. Mar, 2010 by .

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Hi World, Hope you are all well… And life is good. The gist and thrust of the new Green Planet site will be people interacting with their environment. So plunging right in with a question: Do you want to write a blog from whatever country you live in about people or even yourself in your […]

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Del (Deree) Reid held on scandal in Kenya

Posted on27. Mar, 2010 by .

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Del, one of the Green Planet staff, has been held in Kenya for helping to stop a woman getting beaten. If you can help please contact me at paul@greenplanet.com The other communications from Deree make for some extremely sad reading, while the lack of help and silence from the UK government for one of their citizens is […]

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Ravi Gogna – India

Posted on24. Mar, 2010 by .

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Ravi Gogna Ravi is a highly qualified businessman, cool headed, innovative and logical with over twelve years management experience in very large Indian organization. His excellent communicative skills, laterally and vertically, in the organization plus his computer acumen supported by his educational qualifications of “System Analysis and Planning”, brings an additional dimension to the Green […]

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Country Blogs

Posted on24. Mar, 2010 by .

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Paul Gadzama – Nigeria

Posted on24. Mar, 2010 by .

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Paul Gadzama – Bsc (Hons) MBA Paul is a management consultant helping corporations and governments with the preparation and implementation of feasibility studies. He has worked in partnership with Green Planet since 2001 and has established liquid and solid fertilizer systems in conjunction with us in Nigeria. He has traveled extensively, largely on matters relating […]

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Who we are

Posted on24. Mar, 2010 by .

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The People Making Green Planet Work Andrew Worsley – Director Andrew brings to the table extensive corporate experience in strategic management, organizational development, corporate re-structuring, financial planning, budgeting controls, sales and marketing – together with the training and development of senior company executives. He has been very instrumental in positive meetings and discussions with the […]

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