By Alexis Rubinstein, Senior Editor

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Alexis Rubinstein, in her report The Coffee Sector's Roadmap to Combating Climate Change, details the work being done to mitigate the impact of climate change on the industry's ability to meet demand. 

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  • The benefits of shade-grown coffee
  • Breeding their way to more resilient coffee varieties
  • Exploration of more suitable growing areas
  • Investigating the advantages of more robust coffee varieties

If you are involved in the coffee industry at any level, this penetrating report provides critical information about the future of coffee production.

Climate change is having a dramatic impact on coffee production with some estimating a 50% decrease in the global area suitable for growing coffee.  Combined with demand estimates topping out at 300 million bags by 2050, the coffee industry has opted to be proactive in working to meet this demand.

The New Coffee Sector Climate Report from Alexis Rubinstein and INTL FCStone now available for download!

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