Rising temperatures and worsening drought linked to climate change are now hitting coffee production - and fixing that may require moving many Ethiopian coffee fields uphill, experts say.
Caffeine High? Climate-Hit Ethiopia Shifts Coffee Uphill
Thomson Reuters Foundation, 4 June 2018
Few countries take coffee as seriously as Ethiopia - and that's not only because it prides itself as being the source of the prized Arabica bean. Read more »
Ethiopia Roots for Transparency in Coffee Supply Chain
EA Business, 30 April 2018
Two companies that deal in coffee have come together to tackle the problem of export unprocessed coffee in Ethiopia by creating a blockchain. Read more »
Ethiopia is the largest producer of coffee on the African continent, exporting most of its product to overseas markets. It makes sense then that 20 cities and towns have been ... Read more »
Scientists in Britain and Ethiopia have published an innovative new study on how to build a climate-resilient coffee economy for Ethiopia.
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