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Fugis Questions

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    • FOCUS ON THE ‘HUG’ POSTER – gateway to Fair Trade and Organic questions . Two sources of information: The resource book poster 1 Your own knowledge (yup – revision!) 2
      • Farmers guaranteed a fair price
      • Healthcare
      • Technical help with farming
      • Overtime pay
      • Maternity leave
      • ‘ Kind to planet’ (whatever that means)
      • Kind to us
      • Avoids fluctuations of world market – advantages of a known income
      • Fair trade guarantees minimum harm to environment in terms of emissions, soil exhaustion and erosion etc
      • Conditions can be compared with those in typical LEDC ‘sweat shop’ environments (non exploitative)
      • The concept of the ‘social premium’, with examples of how this can benefit the local community
      • Idea of democratic decision- making within Fair Trade communities / cooperatives
      • Advantages of chemical-free farming to water-course pollution
      • Advantages of chemical - free farming in promoting bio diversity of insects, birds, animals, flowers
      • Use of low toxic dyes
    • 1 What does FUGIS stand for? Answers: F = Futures U = Uneven development G = Globalisation I = Interdependence S = Sustainability
    • 2 Considering the issues you have studied in ‘your place’, how might ‘your place’ be different in the future? F
    • 3 Considering the issues you have studied in your ’Extreme Environment’, how might this environment be different in the future? F
    • 4 Why haven’t all countries involved in the garment industry benefited equally from the industry? U
    • 5 Why might areas of Antarctica develop unevenly (at different rates)? U
    • 6 How has ‘your place’ been affected by globalisation? G
    • 7 How has ‘Antarctica’ been affected by globalisation? (Think media and China!) G
    • 8 In what ways has Antarctica benefited from interdependence between different countries? i
    • 9 In what ways has interdependence between different countries had a negative effect on ‘my place’? i
    • 10 What strategies would you suggest to make tourism in Greenland sustainable into the future? S
    • 11 How might a future development planned for ‘your place’ be made to be sustainable? S