Costa Rica pioneers low-carbon coffee

scosta | July 19, 2018 | Costa Rica News

Gabriel Umana, head of coffee at Costa Rica’s Ministry of Agriculture, says there has been ‘an awakening’ in how to deal with climate change. Costa Rica’s ‘world-first’ Nama Cafe project has transformed coffee into a low-carbon industry and could serve as a blueprint for other agriculture sectors, writes NINA PULLMAN The project has caused a type of awakening in our ministry.

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