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Palm Cultivation Helps Struggling Coffee Farmers in Mexico

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Palms growing alongside coffee in the shade of standing forest near the village of Sierra Morena in Chiapas, Mexico. (© Siddhartha Alvarez Jaramillo) This weekend, millions of Read More

Team Earth: CI’s New Storytelling Approach

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Ausencio, one of the many coffee farmers working with CI in Chiapas, Mexico. Learn more about him in our Team Earth Chiapas story. (© Cristina Mittermeier) As a member of CI&r Read More

Coffee Farmers Become Citizen Scientists in Southern Mexico

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Resplendent quetzals like this one play an important role as seed dispersers, particularly for wild avocados. (© Efraín Orantes) Through our Team Earth story, “Ch Read More

If a Tree Falls … Will You Make a Sound?

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In Mexico's El Triunfo Biosphere Reserve, coffee plants thrive in the shade of giant Mexican elms (Ulmus mexicana). Many of these century-old trees are disappearing as landowne Read More

New Research Helps Starbucks Improve Ethical Coffee Sourcing

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A worker in Chiapas, Mexico rakes coffee beans as part of the drying process. (© Cristina Mittermeier) When it comes to reducing the environmental impact of a daily coffee hab Read More
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