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La Niña weakens, although atmospheric signal persists

MELBOURNE, Australia – The 2021–22 La Niña event continues to weaken, with oceanic indicators mostly at neutral levels reports the Bureau of Meteorology of...

Heavy rainfall, floods reported in Colombian Coffee Triangle

NEW YORK CITY, USA – Heavy rainfall has been affecting most of Colombia (particularly Andean, and Pacific regions) since the beginning of the "first...

La Niña remains active, but expected to weaken

MELBOURNE, Australia – The 2021–22 La Niña event continues, despite some weakening over recent weeks. Climate outlooks continue to indicate a return to neutral...

Coffee Industry and climate change, a wake-up call from coffee&climate

HAMBURG, Germany – “Stop hitting snooze! The alarm clock is ringing!” – Climate change impacts coffee-growing regions more than expected. It requires immediate action....

La Niña eases slightly, outlooks indicate return to neutral Enso

MELBOURNE, Australia – The 2021–22 La Niña event has weakened slightly in the tropical Pacific over the past fortnight, reports the Bureau of Meteorology...

Ifad-funded project to increase coffee and cocoa production in eastern Cuba

ROME, Italy/HAVANA, Cuba – The UN’s International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) and the Government of Cuba hosted an event today at the Hotel...

La Niña retreat stalls as trade winds strengthen, says BOM in its Update

MELBOURNE, Australia – The 2021–22 La Niña event continues but is past its peak. However, trade winds remain stronger than average in the western...

Cabei and Ico work together to mitigate climate change and Covid-19 impact in Honduras and Nicaragua, build a resilient coffee value chain

LONDON, UK – The unprecedented social and economic impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on people living condition, world economies and supply chains is devastating....

A mature La Niña event to remain active in the tropical Pacific until early autumn

MELBOURNE, Australia – A mature La Niña event remains active in the tropical Pacific, says the Bureau of Meteorology of the Australian Government in...

Suitable growing regions for coffee will drastically decrease by 2050: Study

ZURICH, Switzerland – Areas highly suitable for coffee growing are expected to shrink during the next decades due to climate change, according to a...

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