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We’ve developed a set of resources focusing on something many of us start our mornings with – tea. They tell the story of how tea growers in Kenya are adapting to a changing climate while improving the sustainability of their farms, thanks to Fairtrade.
Learners are asked to:
• Understand the geographical and historical factors that influence the pattern of tea production at a global and local level – and how this may change in the future.
• Explore supply chains, what they mean and how they work to produce our food, by meeting tea farmers from Kenya and learning about their lives.
• Evaluate what Fairtrade is doing to support tea farmers, and whether it is making a difference.
• Reflect on their role as consumers and the impact they can have through their interconnectivity with farmers.
You can find more resources for your school by visiting schools.fairtrade.org.uk
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