Rising temperatures and extreme weather have subjected Vietnamese coffee farmers to increasing uncertainties: longer droughts, more frequent floods, and severe outbreaks of pests and diseases that result in reduced productivity. To help farmers adapt to these climate-driven changes, the ...
Rising temperatures and extreme weather have subjected Vietnamese coffee farmers to increasing uncertainties: longer droughts, more frequent floods, and severe outbreaks of pests and ...
At least 60 percent of wild coffee species are at risk of extinction, and climate change will make wild Arabica endangered, new research shows.
Failures to predict drought and other weather extremes put people in African and small island nations at particular risk
Vietnamese minority communities, particularly minority women, are at the forefront of the climate crisis. They are developing their own coping strategies to deal with extreme weather.
Download the Brief THE ISSUE Climate change poses a considerable threat to global food security, with potentially existential economic, political, and social outcomes for humanity. ...
Today, more than ever, the transformation of food systems requires collective action in the face of COP25 results.
Research in Ethiopia shows that resilience programs work to reduce the impacts of climate shocks - including drought.
Climate change could bring back the farm crisis.
Research published by Britain’s Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew found current conservation efforts won't protect wild-coffee species long-term.
He and his team are deploying seasonal climate forecasts and index insurance to help Vietnamese farmers plan ahead for changing weather, and to enhance food security.
The popular Arabica bean, used in such rich blends as Java, is amongst the species threatened by climate change, deforestation
Yes, coffee will get more expensive as the world gets warmer. But that’s only half the story – and not the important half either.
Of course, people are fleeing their homes. They are starving, burning and dying in places they no longer recognize.