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Protecting Your Coffee from Climate Change: 3 Early Lessons in Costa Rica

On Oct 29, 2020
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Like many coffee-growing regions, Costa Rica is already dealing with the impacts of climate change. But farmers in the Coto Brus region are finding ways to adapt.

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On Oct 29, 2020
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In Costa Rica, #coffee farmers are adapting to #ClimateChange by ☕Bridging the communication gap ☕Mapping shifting viability of coffee production ☕Expanding non-traditional financing options for climate adaptation measures Read on: https://t.co/XeHSElQKNw #climateresilience
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Protecting Your Coffee from Climate Change: 3 Early Lessons in Costa Rica

Protecting Your Coffee from Climate Change: 3 Early Lessons in Costa Rica

Like many coffee-growing regions, Costa Rica is already dealing with the impacts of climate change. But farmers in the Coto Brus region are finding ways to adapt.

Coffee Farmers in Costa Rica Are Brewing Up Solutions to Climate Change and Competition

Coffee Farmers in Costa Rica Are Brewing Up Solutions to Climate Change and Competition

Coffee farmers face a double threat from climate change and dropping prices. But a group of Costa Rican farmers are finding solutions and transforming their corner of the industry.

How to Save Coffee from Climate Change

How to Save Coffee from Climate Change

We need to find more resilient strains in the wild and on small farms and preserve them in gene banks

Climate-friendly coffee from Costa Rica

Climate-friendly coffee from Costa Rica

Costa Rica wants to reduce CO2-emissions. To achieve this, it is implementing many measures, including the cultivation and processing of low-carbon coffee.

Climate Change and Agriculture: A Perfect Storm in Farm Country

Climate Change and Agriculture: A Perfect Storm in Farm Country

Industrial agriculture makes our farms more vulnerable to advancing climate impacts, threatening farmers’ livelihoods and our food supply.

Costa Rica struggles to sell insurance to climate-threatened farmers

Costa Rica struggles to sell insurance to climate-threatened farmers

Many farmers see insurance as an unnecessary cost, with the state often bailing them out when they lose crops to extreme weather

Why climate change means a rethink of coffee and cocoa production systems

Why climate change means a rethink of coffee and cocoa production systems

Global demand for coffee and cocoa is on the rise. Yet across the equatorial belt where these two crops are produced, the future is not looking bright. Climate change in the tropics is ...

How the climate crisis will change your plate in 2050

How the climate crisis will change your plate in 2050

In her new book, Amanda Little explores what it will take to continue feeding 7.5 billion people in the world

In a Beanshell: How Coffee Is the Story of Climate Injustice

In a Beanshell: How Coffee Is the Story of Climate Injustice

Yes, coffee will get more expensive as the world gets warmer. But that’s only half the story – and not the important half either.

Love Coffee? Here's Another Reason to Care About Climate Change

Love Coffee? Here's Another Reason to Care About Climate Change

At least 60 percent of wild coffee species are at risk of extinction, and climate change will make wild Arabica endangered, new research shows.

Coffee faces dual threat of farmland loss and bee decline in a warmer climate

Coffee faces dual threat of farmland loss and bee decline in a warmer climate

Trouble could be brewing for the Latin American coffee industry, as it faces declines in suitable farmland and bee species as a result of climate change.

10-12 December 2018 | Katowice, Poland

10-12 December 2018 | Katowice, Poland

IISD Reporting Services, through its ENB+ Meeting Coverage, produced a summary report from the COP 24 Act!on Agriculture, which took place from 10 to 12 December 2018, in Katowice, Poland

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Click here to read the article

To download additional data tables, go to Production, Supply and Distribution Database (PSD Online): (http://apps.fas.usda.gov/psdonline/psdHome.aspx), scroll down to Reports, and Click the ...

IIED Project report template

IIED Project report template

Ecosystem-based approaches to adaptation: strengthening the evidence and informing policy Research results from the Adaptation, Vulnerability and Ecosystems (AVE) project, Costa Rica and ...