The inaugural Sustainable Coffee Dialogue webinar organized by USAID Green Invest Asia and Global Coffee Platform (GCP) is the first in a series of 2021-2022 that explores how the coffee industry can achieve climate commitments through sustainable land use, and other climate-smart interventions to scale low-emission coffee production.
On October 6th, organizers will present the series’ objectives, expected outcomes, along with resources available for businesses seeking to meet climate commitments.
Throughout the series, corporates and other supply actors will share their sustainability challenges, interventions and best practices through industry chats, while all attendees will have the chance to network and carry out join sustainability planning exercises.
Join the inaugural event on 6 October 2021, 16:00-17:30 ICT featuring contributions from:
After the introductory meeting on October 06, 2021, more coffee dialogues are scheduled for November 24, and in 2022, on January 26, March 30, May 25, July 27 and September 28. Updates about each session’s topic and speakers will be posted closer to the events at greeninvestasia.com and globalcoffeeplatform.org. Please contact Ronnarit Chaiyosaeng at email@example.com and Nhung Doan at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
USAID Green Invest Asia partners with agriculture, forestry, and other land use companies in Southeast Asia with proven business models, profit potential, and a demonstrated commitment to environmental and social stewardship. The project provides capital matchmaking, technical and business advisory services, access to financing with preferential terms and/or transaction support, including investment-readiness counsel to help scale business models that can reduce greenhouse gas emissions. USAID Green Invest Asia also works with businesses seeking to “green” their supply chains to improve sourcing and facilitates industry initiatives to achieve sector-wide change.
Global Coffee Platform (GCP) is a unique multi-stakeholder membership association of coffee producers, traders, roasters and retailers, civil society, governments, and donors, united under a common vision to work collectively towards a thriving, sustainable coffee sector for generations to come. GCP Members believe that sustainability is a shared responsibility and collectively seek to address the most critical sustainability challenges to enhance farmers’ economic prosperity, improve well-being, and conserve nature.
GCP does this by convening and aligning relevant coffee stakeholders to advance sustainability, act on local issues, and scale successful sustainability initiatives across the sector. With its members and the GCP Network of Country Platforms in coffee producing countries, including in Vietnam and Indonesia, GCP works on increasing demand and supply of sustainably produced coffee in order to foster origin diversity and the viability of the coffee sector.