Ness Bridge over the River Ness in Inverness marks Fairtrade Fortnight when it was illuminated in the blue and green colour scheme of the organisation
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Ness Bridge in Inverness turned blue and green to mark Fairtrade Fortnight.
It was lit in the colour scheme of the organisation this week.
The annual UK-wide campaign, which highlights how the organisation helps farmers and producers around the world secure a fairer income, began on Monday.
And Fairtrade is increasingly helping farmers and workers respond to the environmental crisis. This fortnight – under the banner Climate, Fairtrade and You – people are being asked to choose the world they want and to use their voice to tell others about the challenges that farmers face from climate change.
Buying Fairtrade products helps to ensure that farmers get a fair deal.