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ITC Director Impressed by on-the-ground Climate Action!
10 August 2016
In India and Sri Lanka we partnered with the Nature Conservation Foundation and provided training to help conserve wild life and reduce conflicts between elephants and tea workers.
We’re leading a coalition to help create a more competitive Malawian tea industry in which workers earn a living wage and smallholders are thriving.
We train tea workers and farmers to use agrochemicals safely in order to minimise risk to themselves, others, and the environment.
We’re helping factories, estates, and farmers reduce energy use, CO2 emissions, and costs by improving energy management and efficiency practices.
We’re helping increase resilience to climate change for thousands of farmers by providing training on good-practice farming and adaptation measures.
24 October 2016
Press Release: A living wage for Malawian tea workers comes one step closerPosted in: News, Raising Standards, Malawi Tea 2020, Tea Workers, Smallholder Tea Farmers, Climate & Environment, Key Areas, Malawi, What's New, Country
8 September 2016
Ethical Tea Partnership (ETP) is a membership organisation of more than 40 international tea companies and retailers. We exist to improve the sustainability of the tea sector, the lives…Posted in: Raising Standards, For Business, Tea Workers, Smallholder Tea Farmers, Climate & Environment, Membership Pages, Key Areas, Blog, What's New
10 August 2016
The International Trade Centre (ITC)* Director, Arancha Gonzalez recently made her maiden visit to Makomboki Tea factory at the foot of Aberdares, Kenya. Attending a United Nation’s Conference on…Posted in: Climate & Environment, Climate Change Mitigation, Key Areas, Kenya, Blog, What's New, Projects
8 November 2017
Malawi Tea 2020 Revitalisation Programme (Second Progress Report 2016–2017)
APM 2017 Part 1: Opening Agenda
APM 2017 Part 2: Progress Report Wages Committee Living Income