29 Aug '16, 4pm

Fairtrade and Australia's Climate Institute Highlight Coffee and Climate Concerns

Fairtrade and Australia's Climate Institute Highlight Coffee and Climate Concerns

“There are things we coffee drinkers can do to assist,” said Climate Institute CEO John Connor. “The first step is to learn about these issues and the steps being taken by Fairtrade and others; the second is to take real action by choosing to buy only the brands that are carbon or climate neutral, provide a fair return to farmers and their communities while helping to build their capacity to adapt to climate change; third is to demand climate action from the coffee companies and our governments to ensure all products, business models and economies are carbon or climate neutral.”

Full article: http://dailycoffeenews.com/2016/08/29/fairtrade-and-austr...

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