The economic viability of farming underpins the entire coffee sector – without this, the coffee industry cannot thrive. That’s why this year’s Global Coffee Sustainability Conference will focus on practical, concrete action – from improving productivity and effectively adapting to climate change to building an enabling environment in producing countries.
The Global Coffee Sustainability Conference will be held in English.
Open to GCP members and non-members. You’ll have the chance to showcase your sustainability work, network with industry and sustainability leaders and tackle the big issues facing the sector through panel discussions and interactive sessions.
A closed session for GCP Members only, where discussions and voting on the direction the GCP will take place and members of the GCP Board will be elected.
The Global Coffee Sustainability Conference will bring together top speakers from around the world, including:
The power of collaboration Dominic Waughray is the Head Public Private Partnership and a Member of the Executive Committee at the World Economic Forum. What role does public-private collaboration play in reaching the Sustainable Development Goals? What can the coffee community learn from other sectors? This session will bring inspiring high-level perspectives on the power […]
The conference will focus on securing the economic viability of farming, and will take place in Geneva on 4-5 October 2017.
Hotel Warwick Geneva,
Rue de Lausanne 14,
Manotel – Hotel Royal,
Rue de Lausanne 41-43,
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Participants are expected to make their own accommodation arrangements. For information on accommodation options in close proximity to the venue, please see our list of recommended hotels.