White gold, the true cost of cotton

Steve Trent. 2007. United Kingdom (Great Britain). vo English. s Spanish. 8’

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Over two thirds of the world's cotton is grown in developing countries and the former Soviet Union. Valued at over $32 billion each year, global cotton production should be improving lives. But this “white gold” too often brings misery. EJF is committed to eradicating child labour and the deadliest pesticides from cotton production and promoting organic alternatives.

http://www.ejfoundation.org/