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Sustainable coffee: Here is how Brazil is reducing greenhouse gas emissions

MILAN, Italy - The concern about the global agriculture and forestry sector contributing 13% to 21% of total human-caused greenhouse gases (GHG), according to...

Government of Nepal, World Bank sign $80m project to strengthen coffee, tea sectors

KATHMANDU, Nepal – The Government of Nepal and the World Bank signed a $80 million (around NPR 9.3 billion) million project today to bolster...

Wri practice note sets six key recommendations for better resilience in the coffee sector

MILAN – The World Resources Institute’s (WRI) Coastal Resilience Practice has published a summary report on its Case Study “Building a Climate Resilient Future...

Lockdown measures may cost Karnataka coffee growers more than US$90 million

MILAN – COVID-related lockdown measures are putting a further strain on the already struggling coffee industry in Karnataka, India’s largest coffee growing state, which...

Venezuelan coffee sector struggles with economic and structural problems

MILAN – The Venezuelan coffee sector is struggling with shortages of fuel, agro-chemicals, and replacement parts, says USDA’s Foreign Agricultural Service in its latest...

Uganda coffee industry donates food, vehicles and equipment to fight Covid-19

KAMPALA, Uganda — In the spirit of standing together with the government in the fight against Covid-19, the Uganda Coffee Development Authority ( UCDA...

Honduras allocates funds and resources to support coffee producers

TEGUCIGALPA, Honduras – The government of Honduras through an executive order declared as national priority supporting food producers and agroindustry. The measurement has no...

World Bank launches $40m project in Papua New Guinea involving the coffee sector

WASHINGTON, D.C., U.S. – The World Bank ’s Board of Executive Directors today approved three new projects totalling over US$100 million for Papua New...

Vietnam’s coffee sector fears more losses, while domestic prices reach record lows

MILAN – The coffee sector in Vietnam expects further losses during the second quarter of 2020 due to the Covid-19 outbreak and its impact...

Nepal’s coffee and pashmina sectors get European Union boost

KATHMANDU, Nepal — A new project funded by the European Union to strengthen Nepal’s path towards more inclusive economic growth and greater integration into...

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