Resources

In this section you can find relevant project publications and useful resources that might be relevant for other actors in the coffee sector in regard to climate change.



Project Resources

Here will you be able to find project resources once the team is ready to publish their findings.


Other Relevant Resources

Here can you find relevant papers by PACSMAC members and collaborators and reports that fall into either one of the categories of coffee or climate change or its intersection.


Reports & Publications from Project Members

Grabs, J. (2015). Value-adding strategies for low-emission coffee. GIZ – Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit, Costa Rican country bureau.

Grabs, J. (2015). Estrategias de valorización de acciones climáticas en el sector cafetalero: Un panoramaGIZ – Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit, Costa Rican country bureau.

Grabs, J. (2017). The rise of buyer-driven sustainability governance: emerging trends in the global coffee sector. ZenTra Working Paper in Transnational Studies No. 73 / 2017.

Grabs, J. (2020). Coffee production and the natural environment: Challenges and opportunities. UNCTAD-ICO.

Grabs, J., & Ponte, S. (2019). The evolution of power in the global coffee value chain and production network. Journal of Economic Geography, 19(4), 803-828.

Ponte, S. (2002). Brewing a Bitter Cup? Deregulation, Quality and the Re‐organization of Coffee Marketing in East Africa. Journal of agrarian change, 2(2), 248-272.

Ponte, S. (2002). The latte revolution’? Regulation, markets and consumption in the global coffee chain. World development, 30(7), 1099-1122.

Ponte, S. (2020). The hidden costs of environmental upgrading in global value chains. Review of International Political Economy, 1-26.


Other Reports & Publications

Bunn, C. (2019). Achieving climate-smart coffee in East Africa. CGIAR A Repository of Agricultural Research Outputs.

Counter Culture Coffee (n. d.). Climate Change Adaptation Workshop Toolkit. Counter Culture Coffee.

Haggar J. & Schepp K. (2012). Coffee and Climate Change Impacts and options for adaptation in Brazil, Guatemala, Tanzania & Vietnam. GIZ – Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit.

Solymosi K. & Techel G. (2019). Brewing Up Climate Resilience in the Coffee Sector. IDH Sustainable Trade Initiative, Global Coffee Platform, Specialty Coffee Association, Initiative for coffee&climate implemented by Hanns R. Neumann Stiftung, Conservation International.

Schmidt, P. G., & Bunn, C. (2021). Coordinated implementation of climate-smart practices in coffee farming increases benefits at farm, landscape and global scale. Frontiers in Climate, 161.

Sustainable Coffee Challenge, Conservation International (n. d.). From Carbon Footprint to Climate Commitment – How the coffee sector can harness Natural Climate Solutions. Sustainable Coffee Challenge, Conservation International, USAID, Feed the Future, Hanns R. Neumann Stiftung.

Unique Forestry & Land Use (2019). Coffee Production in the Face of Climate Change: Ethiopia. IDH Sustainable Trade Initiative, Global Coffee Platform, Specialty Coffee Association, Initiative for coffee&climate implemented by Hanns R. Neumann Stiftung, Conservation International.

Unique Forestry & Land Use (2019). Coffee Production in the Face of Climate Change: Tanzania. IDH Sustainable Trade Initiative, Global Coffee Platform, Specialty Coffee Association, Initiative for coffee&climate implemented by Hanns R. Neumann Stiftung, Conservation International.

Verburg R., Rahn E., Verweji P., Van Kuijk M., Ghazoul J., (2019). An innovation perspective to climate change adaptation in coffee systems. Environmental Science & Policy, 97, 16-24.