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NAMA Support Project will focus on working with coffee farmers and supporting coffee promotion in 2017

01-03-2017
In February 2017, the NAMA Support Project “Low-Carbon Coffee Costa Rica” (NSP) celebrated one year of implementation: Important achievements from 2016 are several trainings for coffee mills involving the measuring of their carbon footprint as well as a tour to Germany to promote Costa Rican coffee. In 2017, the project will focus on working closely with coffee producers to increase farm productivity and continue to support coffee mills to successfully promote their one-of-a-kind coffee abroad. Review of 2016: Capacity development in carbon footprint measurement and coffee promotion in Germany After its first year of implementation, the NAMA Support Project “Low-Carbon...

Export crops move to new lands

21-11-2016

Failure to plant coffee of lower quality in the country

11-10-2016

Germany and England to help coffee growers

29-07-2016

Country tries to revive cultivation of lower quality coffee

26-07-2016

Rain rages on crops

23-02-2016

Green coffee produced on less coffee farms

12-12-2015

How to unblock climate financing

10-12-2015

Costa Rican coffee already is carbon neutral

16-02-2015

Coffee producers will reduce their carbon emissions

01-05-2014