CI experts traveled to Nicaragua to learn how McDonald’s coffee roasters are helping local coffee farmers and their communities.
To ensure sustainable coffee for the future, CI’s Sustainable Coffee Challenge unveiled a new plan of attack at the Global Specialty Coffee Expo in Seattle this month.
New CI research gives farmers and other decision-makers the full picture of climate change impacts in Central America.
What makes coffee “sustainable,” and why it even matters.
The “One Tree for Every Bag Commitment” provides disease-resistant trees to farmers struggling with the impacts of climate change.
Rising temperatures, drought and changing weather patterns are causing some major coffee-producing areas of the world to become less suitable for the crop.
The world’s most valued tropical crop — threatened by climate change — could be its first completely sustainable one.
Climate variability in many coffee-producing countries is threatening crops and worsening deforestation.