Learn more about Fairtrade and Climate Justice with our special quiz
The farmers and workers who grow our Fairtrade favourites like cocoa, bananas, coffee and tea are often already feeling the worst effects of the climate crisis.
For generations, the exploitation of people and planet by the world’s wealthiest have caused extreme global inequality, and this has left many farmers and workers unable to earn enough money to adapt to the changing climate.
Although some new commitments were made at COP26, action from politicians has not yet gone far enough.
While Fairtrade farmers and workers continue to take on the climate crisis, we must also continue to pressure our politicians to deliver on the promises they made at COP26.
Take our quiz to find out more about why fairer trade will help us all take on the climate crisis.
In 2009, the world's highest-income countries, including the UK, pledged that by 2020 they would deliver at least $100 billion of 'climate finance' to support communities most affected by climate change.
But an expert report commissioned by the United Nations (UN) concluded that these targets had not yet been reached.
In the weeks leading to and during COP26, a number of countries announced new climate finance pledges, with the UK aiming to double its climate finance pledge between 2020 and 2025.
What year is the $100 billion climate finance pledge now estimated to be delivered to climate vulnerable countries?
Quiz Maker - powered by Riddle