Coffee Break

Episode 3: Climate Change in Central America

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Overview

In our last episode, Giuseppe Lavazza from our shareholder Lavazza spoke about the crucial work ICP is doing to address climate change. In this episode, we go to the source, farmers in Central America. One of the hardest-hit areas in coffee production due to climate change. Discover the methods they are implementing and the positive outcomes of applying climate-smart practices. Join the discussion and be a part of the solution!

The SDGs

All project work from ICP works towards the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals, (SDGs). Episode 3 of the Coffee Break series highlights the work that has and is being done to work towards the following goals:

Further Reading

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