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For centuries, farmers have depended on agroforestry to help keep their farms financially profitable, protect their environment, and support their families. It’s been especially …

With discussions on climate change dominated the media in 2019, it’s common knowledge that global warming is no longer an issue to be dealt …

Low coffee prices and spiralling debts have resulted in coffee producers leaving their farms, emigrating to other countries, and more. But how widespread are …

With its fertile soil, frequent rainfall, and high altitudes, Kenyan land naturally possesses many of the qualities required for growing quality coffee. This made …

Social programmes, such as arts initiatives, are working to offer young people in coffee-producing communities better education and better work opportunities as they move …

“Yemen has become the largest humanitarian crisis in the world,” states the UN. It is also a country that has exported coffee globally for …

Producing coffee isn’t an easy process. The weather, water quality, soil quality, plant diseases, and technical issues can all impact a producer’s growing, harvesting, …

Sensorial degradation in green coffee can represent significant financial losses for producers, traders, and roasters. Yet while a certain degree of degradation over time …

Recent public protests on global warming have focused the world’s attention on its climate crisis. Experts believe that the consequences of climate change are …

Right now, many coffee-producing communities are busy harvesting and processing the crops that you’ll buy, roast, brew, or drink. Seasonal workers migrate to farming …