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La Niña Alert: Tropical Pacific near La Niña thresholds, say BOM

The tropical Pacific is approaching La Niña thresholds, according to the latest update from the Australian Government Bure...

Forest plantations are a potent blend for a sustainable coffee production

Climate change is threatening Europe’s coffee supplies, but the impacts could be diluted by planting the crops amongst tre...

COP 23 launches Cocoa & Forest Initiative’s Joint Framework for Action

At COP 23 in Bonn, Germany, the Cocoa & Forests Initiative (CFI) Joint Frameworks for Action for ending deforestation ...

La Niña event remains possible, but is likely to be short lived, reports BOM

MELBOURNE, Australia - While the El Niño–Southern Oscillation (ENSO) remains neutral, the Bureau’s ENSO Outlook is current...

Costa Rica focuses on coffee to achieve its carbon neutrality goals

Costa Rica has set itself the goal of becoming carbon neutral by 2021. To reach its ambitious climate targets, the country...

WMO sees weak La Niña conditions likely to develop in late 2017

Sea surface temperatures in the eastern tropical Pacific Ocean have recently cooled to below normal and are approaching La...

Australian Bureau of Meteorology pegs La Niña chances at least at 50%

MELBOURNE, Australia – The El Niño Southern Oscillation (ENSO) is currently neutral. However, models suggest the tropical ...

Report on farm profitability launched at SCA’s Sustainability Conference

GUATEMALA CITY, Guatemala – A new report by the Specialty Coffee Association (SCA) reveals that increased yields on coffee...

SCA members rally to support disaster relief in Mexico and Puerto Rico

MILAN - Following the natural disasters that have hit Puerto Rico and Mexico, the Specialty Coffee Association, or SCA has...

Ahead of COP23, cocoa industry drive momentum to end deforestation

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Making good on a commitment announced in March, the world’s leading cocoa and chocolate companies are w...