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1. ecological footprint

1.1. not only: purchases but also: used products

1.2. consumer culture: the "need" of the latest product

1.3. impact on nature: draining planet's resources, pollution of oceans and environment

1.4. solution: sustainable lifestyle

1.4.1. reduce consumption

1.4.2. reuse old purchasing

1.4.3. recycle old purchasing

2. fair trade

2.1. products: offer fair price for their product

2.1.1. fair wages for workers

2.1.2. decent working conditions

2.1.3. fund for workers: improvement of social, economic and environmental conditions

2.2. products: assure that no worker has been exploited

2.3. 1.24 million fair-trade workers and farmers around the world

3. global village

3.1. easy and affordable travel; people able to travel freely

3.2. people spread ideas, information, learn from one another

3.3. connections all over the world through mass media

3.4. globalization: improvement of international trade, spread of democracy

3.5. worries: loss of individual identity

3.6. globalization leads to responsibilities

4. global issues

4.1. interconnected aware of situation around the world

4.2. issues: climate change, poverty, the growing population, food production, human rights, lack of access to drinking water and basic sanitation, refugees, spread of pandemics

4.3. undernourished people (870 million)

4.4. cheap workers (2.7 billion)

4.5. no basic education (114 million)

5. created by Georgina Simopoulou