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Shipping Coffee With Sailboats

SHIPPING COFFEE WITH SAILBOATS

Shipping is responsible for about 2.5 per cent of global carbon emissions. Add to that the noise pollution that prevents certain marine animals from finding their way around or communicating with potential mates. Sailboats could…

Understanding Resilience In Managing Sustainability Risk

UNDERSTANDING RESILIENCE IN MANAGING SUSTAINABILITY RISK

Our food and agriculture systems face unprecedented change. COVID has provided us with a rehearsal of the scale of disruption that is possible. In the first of this three-part series on starting or recalibrating a…

Research Shows Brazil’S Coffee Farms Can Go Carbon Negative

RESEARCH SHOWS BRAZIL’S COFFEE FARMS CAN GO CARBON NEGATIVE

The goal of the partner project between the Brazilian Coffee Exporters Council (Cecafé), the Institute of Forest and Agricultural Management & Certification, and the University of São Paulo, was to measure the average amount of…

Stop Hitting Snooze. Coffee & Climate Deliver Bleak Warning

STOP HITTING SNOOZE. COFFEE & CLIMATE DELIVER BLEAK WARNING

Dr. Peter Baker, a respected expert on climate change and advisor to Coffee & Climate (C&C), and Stefan Ruge, Progam Manager for Coffee & Climate at Hanns R. Neumann Stiftung, gives a grim description of…

Costa Coffee Commits To Net-Zero By 2040

COSTA COFFEE COMMITS TO NET-ZERO BY 2040

Costa has set itself a target of becoming Net Zero by 2040, which includes the use of 100% renewable gas at its roastery, and improving farming practices. The plan has been approved by the Science-Based…

Agroforestry Startup Gets $500M For Cocoa & Coffee

AGROFORESTRY STARTUP GETS $500M FOR COCOA & COFFEE

AXA SA, a French Insurance and Financial Services company, based in Paris, and Engie SA, an energy company, is co-investing US$500m over the next six years in The Shared Wood, a French Agro-forestry startup that…

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