Ethiopia is the leading African nation in soil loss and degradation and, according to FAO country assessments, the resulting vulnerability to drought, crop failure and famine. Following the COP21, the Ethiopian government made an ambitious commitment to revitalize some 15 million hectares of land as part of the World Resources Center’s African Forest Landscape Restoration… Continue reading
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A conversation corner about topics connected to coffee and some of the primary challenges facing the industry. We explore issues around farmer livelihoods, healthy soils, maintaining a sustainable supply of great-quality coffees, and truth in trade.
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