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Rwanda’s investment in tea must anticipate and plan for long-term climate changes. Read more

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The managing partner of the David M. Neumann Kaffee Gruppe talks about coffee pricing, climate change, global trade and consolidation across the coffee industry. Read more

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Löfbergs roasteries intends to reduce its climate impact 40% by 2020. By blending its liquid petroleum gas (LPG) with bio LPG, the company’s roasters already are operating cleaner. Read more

Coffee Report

Training for Nicaragua Coffee Smallholders

Photo by Monika Firl, Coop Coffees

Grow Ahead, a non-profit organization supporting small-scale coffee farmers, has begun farmer-to-farmer training in the organization’s climate resiliency program. Read more

Coffee Report

Royal Botanic Gardens researcher Aaron Davis hesitated last year to leap to conclusions despite three intense years of study, but the initial work done by his team showed trouble ahead for Ethiopia’s coffee gardens. Read more

Features

Short-term heat waves can stunt the flowering of arabica plants, a recent university study indicates. And, no flowering means no fruit is produced. Read more

Coffee Report

Puerto Rico may be getting warmer and drier and those changes in climate could threaten the country’s coffee group. A new study by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) shows that climate change may harm growing conditions. Read more

Coffee Report

He's coffee’s best chance against climate change. Read more

Features

Temperature increases make southern Brazil, once a powerhouse of production, coffee-friendly again. Read more

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Follow the Frog is an ongoing Rainforest Alliance campaign to engage consumers in supporting businesses with sustainable practices. Read more

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A University of Exeter study suggests a “perfect storm” of bad weather and decreased use of fertilizers led to the rapid expansion of Coffee Leaf Rust (Roya) in Central America. Read more

Coffee Report

The cradle of coffee may be its salvation as researchers working in Ethiopia identify farm-level adaptations to protect arabica from threats posed by climate change. Read more

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