What I Own Is Not Ultimately Mine

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Corynne Staresinic

Does your purchase bring life or hardship?

Rebekah Lemke and Erin Mackey

Growing up in suburban America I had the opportunity to travel to my fair share of malls. Need a new dress for homecoming? Go to the mall. Looking for that perfect Christmas present? Head out to the mall. Nothing to...


Climate Change: Home Inspection

Anna Ruiz

Climate change is happening now. While the poor and vulnerable feel it’s impact the most, wealthier nations are the biggest contributors to the problem. It’s essential that we examine how our daily choices are connected to climate change. Here are...


Responding to Climate Change in Ghana

Anna Ruiz

For many farming communities across the globe, life is precarious at best. Climate change has brought increasing temperatures, declining and variable rainfall totals, rising sea levels and more extreme weather patterns.The Awaradoni village in the Upper East Region of Ghana...


The Saint That Never Drank Coffee

Colleen Hutchison

Coffee seems to be the life blood of a lot of people these days. Hot or cold, pumpkin-spiced or straight black, we can’t get enough of the energizing beverage. So what does a saint from the 12th century have to...


My Fair Wedding

Courtney Lare

The rain in Spain falls mainly on the plain. Wait, we don’t want rain on your wedding day! We all know the beloved musical of the Cockney flower seller Eliza Doolittle who learned how to speak like a duchess after...


Conscious Coffee Consumption

Rebekah Kates Lemke

CRS Ethical Trade is proud to partner with the leading fair trade coffee company Equal Exchange. You can make a difference in the lives of farmers by purchasing coffee, chocolate and snacks from this worker-owned cooperative. With every purchase, Equal...