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Confronting the coffee crisis

Confronting the coffee crisis

sustaining livelihoods and ecosystems in Mexico and Central America

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Published by MIT Press in Cambridge, MA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Coffee industry -- Mexico,
  • Coffee industry -- Central America,
  • Coffee industry -- Mexico -- Case studies,
  • Coffee industry -- Central America -- Case studies

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementedited by Christopher M. Bacon ... [et al.].
    GenreCase studies.
    SeriesFood, health, and the environment series
    ContributionsBacon, Christopher M.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHD9199.M62 C66 2007
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17932998M
    ISBN 109780262026338, 9780262524803
    LC Control Number2007020846

    Get this from a library! Confronting the coffee crisis: fair trade, sustainable livelihoods and ecosystems in Mexico and Central America. [Christopher M Bacon;] -- Explores small-scale farming, the political economy of the global coffee industry, & initiatives that claim to promote more sustainable rural development in coffee-producing communities.   Confronting the Crisis In Coffee Coffee serves as a way for many of us to start our days and provides some much-needed energy to our morning hours. For the farmers of over 12 million small coffee farms in the world, their days start with coffee as well, but instead of .

    Anne oversees the company’s value chain, from sourcing coffee to tracking impact on producers. She is continually inspired by how coffee connects people and places thousands of miles away. Confronting the Crisis in Coffee. Confronting the Coffee Crisis: Can Fair Trade, Organic, and Specialty Coffees Reduce Small-Scale Farmer Vulnerability in Northern Nicaragua? Author: Bacon, Chris, Community Agroecology Network, Center for Social Economy. Publication Date: Series: Reprint Series. Publication Info: Center for Global, International and Regional Studies.

    confronting the coffee crisis and sustaining Mesoamerican livelihoods and ecosys- tems must also, as Diane Rocheleau () eloquently states, “confront complexity and deal with difference.”. This chapter details the decrease in coffee export earnings and coffee producer cooperatives’ efforts to gain access to international networks through mobilization for organic coffee and Fair Trade. The root causes of the global coffee crisis are analyzed along with the breakdown of the International Coffee Agreement regime in , which is considered to be the origin of the crisis.


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(c). The coffee crisis in Nicaragua. It is difficult to isolate the impacts of the coffee crisis from the series of negative shocks (Hurricane Mitch, drought, declining commodity prices) that continue to affect Central America (Varangis et al., ; Wisner, ).

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Bacon, V Ernesto Mendez, Stephen R Gliessman. Summary. This paper links changing global coffee markets to opportunities and vulnerabilities for sustaining small-scale farmer livelihoods in northern Nicaragua. Changing governance structures, corporate concentration, oversupply, interchangeable commodity grade beans, and low farm gate prices characterize the crisis in conventional coffee by:   Combining interdisciplinary research with case study analysis at scales ranging from the local to the global, Confronting the Coffee Crisis reveals the promise and the perils of efforts to create a more sustainable coffee industry Our morning cups of coffee connect us to a global industry and an export crisis in the tropics that is destroying livelihoods, undermining the cohesion of families and.

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Our morning cups of coffee connect us to a global industry and an export crisis in the tropics that is destroying livelihoods, undermining the cohesion of families and communities, and threatening ecosystems. Confronting the Coffee Crisis explores small-scale farming, the political economy of the global coffee industry, and initiatives that claim to promote more sustainable rural development.

Confronting the Coffee Crisis explores small-scale farming, the political economy of the global coffee industry, and initiatives that claim to promote more sustainable rural development in coffee-producing communities.

Contributors review the historical, political, economic, and agroecological processes within today's coffee industry and analyze the severely depressed export market that faces small-scale.

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