A Brewing Storm: the climate change risks to coffee

Synopsis

Aug 29, 2016 - 12:01am

The evidence is clear that climate change is already beginning to impact on coffee production. As the world continues to warm, market and climate volatility will combine to cause problems for coffee producers and consumers.

Fairtrade Australia & New Zealand commissioned this report by the Climate Institute to better understand the extent to which climate change is impacting coffee production globally. It is hoped that insights gained from this report will lead to greater engagement,
from the coffee industry and consumers, with key initiatives that aim to protect this valuable commodity, and the millions of livelihoods it supports around the world, for future generations.

On this page you'll find the report and related infographics.

To access the media release click here.
Read Report
Infographic highlights the worldwide and regional/country based climate impacts on coffee production.
How is climate change affecting the world's coffee regions?
What you can do to ensure you can keep having your coffee the way you like it.

Video Coverage 

ABC News' package on A Brewing Storm. Something to ponder as you enjoy your morning cup of coffee...

 
The Australian's "A double shot of drama for the world’s coffee supply" video coverage.

 

Partners

This report was commissioned by Fairtrade Australia & New Zealand.


Banner Image: Ingmar Zahorsky/Flickr licensed under CC BY-NC-ND 2.0.

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