Join us to help secure the economic viability of farming. Network with industry and sustainability leaders, share your story,
shape the direction of the global sustainability coffee agenda and get inspired over two days of interactive sessions and practical workshops.
Where do we stand? Do you want to know more about the many crucial aspects that contribute to the economic viability of coffee farming? This session captures a variety of voices and existing efforts from throughout the coffee world and connects the ongoing discussion that started at this year’s very first World Producers Forum to the GCP’s global network.
Now that we know what is working and being worked on to secure the economic viability of coffee farming, the Global Coffee Sustainability Conference sets out to collectively agree on goals, roles and responsibilities, possible solutions, and concrete next steps for the entire sector to take up. Spread over two interactive break-out sessions, participants have the unique chance to contribute their knowledge, expertise, resources, and energy to help achieving an outcome far more potent than normally possible.
Country Platforms are effectively bringing together national and international, public and private sector stakeholders to agree on local priorities, create farmer-centric policies and programs, catalyze collective action, multiply impact and improve farmer livelihoods. This session takes a tour of 8 country platforms and looks at their progress, challenges, and opportunities for stakeholders to contribute to change on the ground.
Brazil, Colombia, Honduras, Indonesia, Peru, Tanzania, Uganda, Vietnam
They convene a diverse range of active stakeholders and initiatives committed to systemically and collaboratively tackling the most important sustainability issues. This session offers participants the chance to learn more about the issues effecting both their business and the coffee sector and how their small contribution can lead to even greater impact.
Climate Smart Agriculture, Gender & Youth
The GCP is focused on collective action. Which is why after the various interactive sessions full of input, discussion, feedback, consensus, questions, ideas, and teamwork, this session condenses it all into an actionable plan for all to agree on and to collectively move forward to improve the economic viability of coffee farming.
As evident from the country and collective action network tours, there is still a lot to be done to see the thriving and sustainable coffee world we all want and need. Introducing the GCP’s Strategic Plan 2018 – 2020, this session looks at how the coffee sector can achieve this, the GCP Tools available, and what we, individually and collectively, must do over the next three years.