Global climate action needs to accelerate rapidly over the next decade to avoid the worst impact of climate change and transform economies to a low carbon pathway. The coffee sector continues to make significant strides towards broad commitments for sustainable production; however, consider that in order to ensure sustainability, carbon footprint is one of the environmental indicators in coffee sustainability production. The analysis of carbon footprint provides decision support for the development of coffee production and consumption policies.
USAID Green Invest Asia and the Global Coffee Platform are co-hosting this webinar on Establishing Carbon Footprint Baselines for Coffee Production, the fifth in a seven-part Sustainable Coffee Dialogue series.
1. Christy Owen, Chief of Party, USAID Green Invest Asia
2. Mary Petitt, Senior Advisor/ North America Ambassador, Global Coffee Platform
3. Aaron Brownell, Director for the Regional Environment Office, US Agency for International Development | Regional Development Mission for Asia
4. Sara Diamond, Technical Lead, Natural Climate Change Solutions Program, US Agency for International Development
5. Barry Flaming, Senior AFOLU Advisor, USAID Green Invest Asia
6. Senthil Nathan, Head of Asia Operations, Enveritas
7. Laurent Bossolasco, Sustainability Manager, ECOM Trading
8. Charlotte Guibbaud Navaud, Asia/Africa Coffee Sustainability Coordinator, Louis Dreyfus Company
9. Todd R. Johnson, Sr. Natural Resources Officer Asia Bureau, Office of Technical Services, US Agency for International Development
10. Raina Lang, Sr. Director, Sustainable Coffee, Conservation International