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A vending machine in Berlin is selling shirts for 2 euros, but watch to find out why they are not selling. Would you buy clothing if you knew where it came from? #consiousconsumer http://bit.ly/1A6klsQ

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On Feb 5, the Atlantic Council will host a breakfast & discussion on future global commerce negotiations including the Trans-Pacific Partnership. Panelists include a member of the House of Representatives, The Financial Times, Dept. of Commerce, and the Embassy of Chile. RSVP here: http://bit.ly/1tGDIp0

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The Commerce, Crime & Human Rights Project under ICAR and Amnesty International launched their new website: http://bit.ly/1uJVhzC #humanrights

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The UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights is essential to keeping businesses, and governments, accountable for their actions across the globe. Check out this video from the Danish Institute for Human Rights breaking down the UN Guiding Principles and its impact: http://bit.ly/1CsJycY

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The Philippines gov't "opted to give away our natural resources to big corporations…even if it means the rights of people who have been saving these resources and using them sustainably are violated," and this comes with the increased #palmoil production. http://bit.ly/1xAJuIV

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Thanks to one of our stellar supporters from California for spotting #palmoil in this spread. See any in products you're using? Send pictures our way for use in the film we are creating now. #PHBFpalmoil http://ow.ly/i/8541u http://ow.ly/i/8541U

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Great overview on the issue of deforestation in the production of #palmoil. Our upcoming short film will focus on the human rights abuses associated with its production: http://bit.ly/13oLqZa

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"Just a few decades ago, there were only two fashion seasons: spring/summer and fall/winter. Now, the fashion industry boasts 52 micro-seasons each year, with new trends being introduced in retail stores every week."

Part 2 of 4 in a series on being a conscious consumer in the fashion industry. This blog post focuses on Fast Fashion and why clothes are so cheap.
http://bit.ly/1xFhvXt

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