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The State of Sustainable Markets

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The first global data report on fast-growing voluntary sustainability standards outlines the share of bananas, cocoa, coffee, cotton, forestry, palm oil, soybeans, cane sugar and tea in 14 major standards. The report is based on a partnership between the Research Institute of Organic Agriculture (FiBL), the International Institute of Sustainable Development (IISD) and ITC, and is supported by the Swiss State Secretariat for Economic Affairs (SECO).

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Julia Lernoud
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Jason Potts
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Gregory Sampson
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Vivek Voora
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Helga Willer
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Joseph Wozniak
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International Trade Centre
Year: 
2,015

Climate change and the coffee industry

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Paper focusing on the contribution of the coffee value chain to climate change and the effects of climate change on global coffee production with particular reference to smallholder coffee producers in developing and least developed countries – reviews the opportunities to mitigate greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from the coffee industry; provides examples of individual initiatives to reduce product carbon footprints and the opportunities for mainstreaming these in the coffee value chain; critically assesses the relevance of carbon credit markets for smallholder farmers; highlights the

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Hein Jan van Hilten
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Alexander Kasterine
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Dominic Stanculescu
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Morten Scholer
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International Trade Centre
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2,012

Phyto Planet Food and Health Ingredients

Phyto Planet is one of the leaders in wholesale distribution and exportation of herbs, teas, fruits and vegetables extracts, coffees and spices from Brazil.

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Rua Vancouver, 219 Jardim Canadá
Nova Lima 34000-000
Brazil
Phone: +55 31 3654.2242
Fax: +55 31 3658.2246
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Phyto Planet Food & Health Ingredients

Phyto Planet is one of the leaders in wholesale distribution and exportation of herbs, teas, fruits and vegetables extracts, coffees and spices from Brazil.

Location

Rua Vancouver, 219 Jardim Canadá
Nova Lima, MG 34000-000
Brazil
Phone: +55 31 3654.2242
Fax: +55 31 3658.2246
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Niche Markets for Coffee: Specialty, Environment, and Social Aspects

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Hein Jan van Hilten
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International Trade Centre
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2,012

Analysis of Market Chains of Forest Coffee in Southwest Ethiopia

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Zekarias Shumeta
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Kaba Urgessa
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Zerihun Kebebew
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Academic Journal of Plant Sciences
Year: 
2,012

Manual for sustainable coffee production

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Throughout the coffee producing areas in Uganda, a vast number of coffee trees have been lost mainly as a result of Coffee Wilt disease but also due to mismanagement and neglect. It is estimated that about 100 million trees have died since 1993. It is therefore important for farmers to plant new trees to recuperate the lost production.

When deciding to plant seedlings or clonal cuttings, farmers should ensure that the planting material originates from registered and approved nurseries.

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Ibero
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Ibero (Uganda) Limited
Year: 
2,004

Australian subtropical coffee grower’s manual

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David Peasley
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David Ashton
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Jos Webber
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Ron Woods
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Rural Industries Research and Development Corporation
Year: 
2,014

Introduction to Coffee Management through Discovery Learning

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An integrated pest management (IPM) system, or an integrated crop management (ICM) system can never be a prescriptive, ‘off the shelf’ package. A grower must look at all the options available to him or her and make an informed decision as to which measures to take. Because each farmer’s situation is different, the types of IPM measures they implement may vary between regions and often even from farm to farm.

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Martin Kimani
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Tony Little
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Janny G.M. Vos
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CABI Bioscience
Year: 
2,002

African Organic Agriculture Training Manual: Coffee Crop Management

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Coffee is a major commodity on the global market. In Africa the crop is grown in many sub-Saharan countries and mainly by small-holder farmers. Although many species of coffee exist, commercial production is based principally on Coffea arabica and Coffea canephora, commonly referred to respectively as Arabica coffee and Robusta coffee. Arabica coffee grows better at higher altitudes, while Robusta coffee is better suited to warmer, more humid lowland environments.

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Brian Ssebunya
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FiBL, Research Institute of Organic Agriculture, Switzerland
Year: 
2,011
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