Biocaf Sustainability Series

  1. Sustainability in Times of Crisis

    Sustainability in Times of Crisis

    How do we make sense of sustainability in the context of the COVID-19 outbreak and its impact on community and commerce? Our Biocaf Sustainability expert Erika Koss gives perspective to this important topic in our unique times.
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  2. Social Sustainability in Coffee via Gender Equity: Part 2

    Social Sustainability in Coffee via Gender Equity: Part 2

    In Part 2 of her series exploring gender equity in coffee, Sierra Wen Xin Yeo writes about the experience of a mother-daughter duo leading a coffee farm in a male-dominated region.
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  3. Social Sustainability in Coffee via Gender Equity: Part 1

    Social Sustainability in Coffee via Gender Equity: Part 1

    In Part 1 of this series, Sierra Wen Xin Yeo explores the implications of land ownership in Latin America, and introduces us to two womxn coffee producers succeeding beyond all expectations.
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  4. Reach for the Jars: How Oddly Correct Launched a Radical Change

    Reach for the Jars: How Oddly Correct Launched a Radical Change

    Umeko Motoyoshi visited her hometown coffee shop to see how it integrated and earned acceptance for its radical glass-to-go program. 
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  5. What is Sustainability and Why Does It Matter

    What is Sustainability and Why Does It Matter

    The word "sustainability" may be an industry buzzword, but understanding the meaning of the word is the first step in addressing sustainability solutions.
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  6. Introducing the Biocaf Sustainability Series

    Introducing the Biocaf Sustainability Series

    The Biocaf Sustainability Series is a series of articles from three talented coffee writers that highlights some of the best sustainability efforts in the industry, and dive deep into the most pressing sustainability issues facing coffee today. 
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