The Climate Smart Coffee website – guiding companies to investment in smallholder adaptation to climate change:


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Supporting coffee companies in building resilience within the coffee supply chain is the aim of the currently launched Climate Smart Coffee website. The website provides basic information and shows opportunities to take action.

A new website, aimed to provide coffee companies with the resources they need to combat climate change, was launched by the USAID Feed the Future Learning Community for Supply Chain Resilience in early May 2019.

The Climate Smart Coffee website was created to increase private sector engagement in and funding for smallholder farmer resilience against climate change, the Sustainable Food Lab reported. Designed to guide medium and large companies who buy from and support smallholder coffee value chains, the website identifies relevant areas of engagement and investment in adaptation to climate change. 

The website provides access to information on building resilience within any coffee supply chain, in three sections. The first section covers the basics of climate-smart agriculture. The second covers private sector engagement: the role companies can play, and how different companies are acting on climate change. And the third section outlines how companies can take action, following a simple process laid out in the document Introduction to Assessing Climate Resilience in Smallholder Supply Chains

Throughout the website, coffee companies can follow links to tools and resources offered by leaders in the field.

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