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Internship: impact assessment of coffee certification in Latin America

The International Center for Tropical Agriculture is looking to recruit an intern to support in its impact assessment of coffee certification in Latin Read more...

Enhancing Development through Cooperatives (EDC): Round Two

On January 12 and 13, 2015, 21 carefully selected individuals and organizations met in Washington D.C. for a second EDC workshop to share ideas and di Read more...

Participatory development of common certification codes and practices for small coffee growing farm households

The landscape of sustainable coffee is going through a rapid transformation from a niche market to a fully recognized strategic business management to Read more...

A bitter cup: climate change profile of global production of Arabica and Robusta coffee

Coffee can have a bitter taste in more than one way. Only little coffee is consumed at its origins. Nearly all of it is traded on international stock Read more...

FairTrade: beyond good intentions

A publication by CIAT, IFPRI and Nijmegen University providing new insights about the impact of FairTrade coffee certification. Read more...

When growing coffee conserves biodiversity

There are several ways to grow coffee, from the traditional shaded plantation, where a canopy of trees protects coffee plants from the sun, all the w Read more...

Building Foundations: LINK Methodology Implementation in Haiti

From March 11 to 13, CIAT’s Alexandra Amrein, visiting researcher with DAPA’s Linking Farmers to Markets team, traveled to Les Cayes, Haiti to conduct Read more...

The key to climate-friendly coffee production

While Arabica coffee production has been strongly affected by climate change in Latin America, it has also contributed to greenhouse gas emissions in Read more...

Is the FT4ALL initiative really for “all”?

Fair Trade for All (FT4ALL) is an innovative model to reach more farmers, farm workers, and communities. But what impact does FT4ALL really have on fa Read more...

Climate Change: Future Prospects for Coffee and Mango Growers in Haiti

Coffee and mango growers in Haiti are faced with increasing challenges to production as a result of climate change. The significance of these value ch Read more...

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