COSA and the Ethical Tea Partnership reviewed more than 100 studies by academics, government experts, and certification bodies to agree on a common list and description of indicators.
COSA researchers, Carlos de los Rios and Mica Bennett, find that increasing the participation of young farmers in coffee production can have a positive and sustainable effect on national production.
STiR Magazine interviews Daniele Giovannucci and Luis Samper on their recent work on the powerful role of intangibles in the coffee value chain.
COSA’s work in resilience metrics shapes USAID’s Field Guide.
In their April 2018 magazine edition, Tea and Coffee Trade Journal highlighted COSA President Daniele Giovannucci’s contributions to the recent World Intellectual Property Organization paper on the intangibles in the coffee value chain.
Coffee and Cocoa International’s March 2018 edition highlighted Mexico’s Secretariat of Agriculture, Livestock, Rural Development, Fisheries and Food’s (SAGARPA) efforts to help coffee farmers and boost production have so far yielded excellent results.
Coffee and Cocoa International’s March 2018 edition reviewed COSA’s President Daniele Giovannucci’s recent joint publication with Luis Fernando Samper and Luciana Marques Vieira in the UN’s World Intellectual Property Organization annual publication.