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Share your opinion on key sustainability indicators

Coffee Data Project: An opportunity to add value to your coffee business

In partnership with the Committee on Sustainability Assessment (COSA) and the Rainforest Alliance, the Global Coffee Platform (GCP) has been working towards facilitating measurement and the alignment of science-based indicators and metrics through the Coffee Data Project*. Our shared goals include improving the sector’s ability to identify and measure best practices in sustainability, enabling more effective sustainability investments and communication of impact and results.

During the past year, an international expert group reviewed the concept and utility of 15 key coffee sustainability indicators which had been previously and jointly identified by members and partners of the Sustainable Coffee Challenge and the GCP.

Today, we invite you to share your view on these key indicators - now made operational - by taking a brief survey that includes questions on how they can add value to your business. For instant access to the indicators & metrics and a short survey click here.

Username: gcp Password (lower case): gcpcosa  

We are looking forward to receiving your feedback by December 22nd, 2018.

On January 24, 2019 we'll report results from this global survey in an interactive discussion webinar with eminent coffee sustainability thought leaders. You will receive a special invitation to the webinar.

Thank you very much for your attention and participation.

We look forward to meeting you in the webinar on January 24!

With kind regards,

Annette Pensel, Global Coffee Platform Daniele Giovannucci, COSA Henk Gilhuis, Rainforest Alliance  

*The Coffee Data Project, supported by the ISEAL Innovations Fund, will as a next step develop a technical standard to facilitate data exchange and contribute to a consistent set of smart coffee metrics. It is expected that these tools and technologies can be used by all actors in the field to gather clear data that drives shared understanding of the multi-dimensional sustainability aspects of coffee. It will also facilitate the technical inter-operability of current data sources in order to reduce costs and increase knowledge, while safeguarding the individual and/or group information that different organizations can gather. The ISEAL Innovations Fund is supported by the following partners: