A two-year SCIP project undertaken by the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, and the Environment and Coffee Forest Forum (ECFF), and partners. The aim of the project was to provide a climate-resilient coffee economy strategy for Ethiopia, based on a rigorous assessment of the influence of climate change on coffee-producing areas and wild coffee forests. The climate resilient strategy was developed in close partnership with stakeholders, including government and non-government bodies, coffee producers and industry. A summary of the strategy is presented here as the report Coffee Farming and Climate Change in Ethiopia – Impacts, Forecasts, Resilience and Opportunities.
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Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew