Shopping Choices Can Make a Positive Difference to Farmers and Workers in Developing Countries: Global Poll 11 October 2011 – Fairtrade is cementing its position as a market leader in ethical labels and a trusted brand across 24 countries, according to a comprehensive global study of 17,000 consumers carried out for Fairtrade International by international opinion research consultancy GlobeScan. The study showed that Fairtrade is the most widely recognized ethical label globally. Nearly six in ten consumers (57%) across the 24 … “High Trust and Global Recognition Makes Fairtrade an Enabler of Ethical Consumer Choice”
Indian brands set to conquer the West revealed in new study conducted by GlobeScan for TLG Communications.
In this global food study for Oxfam’s GROW Campaign, it is revealed that rising food prices are changing what people eat.
This highlights report for a global survey for ICMM confirms that environmental concerns continue to be the top sustainable development issues for the mining and metals industry.
This full report for a global survey for ICMM confirms that environmental concerns continue to be the top sustainable development issues for the mining and metals industry.
The British Council commissioned GlobeScan to conduct a poll of European countries, the United States and Canada with the goal of understanding how Europeans and North Americans see each other, and how these perceptions influence levels of enthusiasm for transatlantic cooperation.
The Megacity Challenges is a report published by GlobeScan, Siemens and MRC. The findings focused on transportation issues and interest in renewable energy, with public private partnerships seen as promising new models.