Happy International Coffee Day! What would you, and the hundreds of millions of other coffee addicts–er, aficionados–like you, say if we told you that your precious morning brew is in danger?
Teacher Lesbia Gualip, who works in the Maya Biosphere Reserve (home to archaeological treasure Tikal) talks about the strengths of the Rainforest Alliance curriculum.
The Rainforest Alliance works with teachers in the ecologically precious Mexican states of Oaxaca and Chiapas to help educate young people about climate resilience.
North America has been relatively insulated from the effects of the global water crisis–until now. Here we offer some in-depth articles that help explain the underpinnings of the droughts and shortages that have begun to manifest here at home.
The Rainforest Alliance is working with the Ijenda and Rwegura tea factories in northwest Burundi to improve water, sanitation and hygiene standards for their tea workers.