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Y Bel Eban coffee farmer

Drought aggravated by climate change is hurting coffee growers in the Mekong region, and intensive farming techniques are part of the problem. In villages around the city of Buon Ma…

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(Editor’s note: This article originally appeared in the January/February 2016 issue of Roast Magazine. Links have been added for context.) The story of specialty coffee in Nariño, Colombia, is a story…

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coffee biodiversity

Coffee is behind in the ongoing race to protect wild plant species biodiversity as the earth faces increasing climate change, loss of habitat and other natural and man-made challenges, according…

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(Editor’s note: This article written by Jimmy Sherfey originally appeared in the September/October 2016 issue of Roast magazine.) Consider the most exciting developments in coffee over the past few decades, and…

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Baristas, roasters and cuppers, myself included, are quick to invoke the contributions of art and science in our field. Growing, processing, roasting, brewing, and sensory analysis all require a fair…

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From friends meeting over cappuccino in the local cafe to students pulling all-nighters, we humans count on coffee to put zip in our lives. And around the world, from Brazil…

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coffee and bees

Global warming could reduce coffee growing areas in Latin America by as much as 88 percent by 2050, with the largest declines projected in Nicaragua, Honduras and Venezuela, according to…

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From the SCAA 2015 Event lecture series in Seattle. SCAA photo.

In less than one month, the gavel will sound to open The SCAA Event in Atlanta. That means it’s time for the annual Coffeelands preview of some of the Event’s…

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A new study commissioned by World Coffee Research, a non-profit research and development program that studies coffee, reaffirms previous work suggesting that there will be a 50 percent reduction in global…

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Photo courtesy of CRS Coffeelands

On October 2, the inaugural International Coffee Day, the international humanitarian agency Catholic Relief Services announced a three-year, $4.5 million initiative called “Coffeelands.” Through some 20 projects in 14 countries…

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