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A new catalog of Indonesian tree species helps coffee farmers find shade, timber

ARLINGTON, VA, US – Indonesian coffee farmers and professionals interested in using agroforestry to support climate resilience have a new tool at their disposal:...

Grand Café rebrands, strikes 3-year partnership with Conservation International

MILAN – UCC Coffee UK & Ireland has unveiled an all new look for its most sustainable coffee brand, Grand Café. The overhaul comes...

Conservation Intl has named Nikolaus Schultze vice president for the European partnerships

ARLINGTON, Va., U.S. – Conservation International today announced Nikolaus Schultze as the organization’s first vice president of European partnerships. He will lead Conservation International’s...

Sustainable Coffee Challenge welcomes eight new partners including Olam Coffee

ARLINGTON, Va., U.S. – The Sustainable Coffee Challenge has announced eight new partners. They join the Challenge’s mission to make coffee the world’s first...

Nca and Conservation International join forces to support coffee farmers

NEW YORK, NY, U.S. — The National Coffee Association ( NCA ) and Conservation International today announced a new partnership to help coffee farmers...

The Sustainable Coffee Challenge partners with Massimo Zanetti Beverage

ARLINGTON, Va., U.S. – The Sustainable Coffee Challenge today welcomed new partner Massimo Zanetti Beverage Co. The Sustainable Coffee Challenge aims to make coffee...

The Sustainable Coffee Challenge welcomes illycaffè as 100th partner

ARLINGTON, Va., U.S. — The Sustainable Coffee Challenge welcomes illycaffè among its partners working towards making coffee the world's first sustainably grown agricultural product. The addition...

Walmart plans to source all of its private label coffee sustainably by 2020

Walmart plans to source all of its private label coffee sustainably by the end of 2020, according to a company release. The goal comes...

Sustainable Challenge for Rwanda and Mexico

Representatives from Rwanda and Mexico joined leadership from Conservation International and current partners at the European Development Days, held June 15-16 in Brussels ...

Demand for coffee could threaten last remaining intact tropical forests

Thanks to rising global temperatures, your morning coffee could become a driver of tropical deforestation in the near future. According to a report released last week by...

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