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The Heat is on!

Tweet @: #suscoffee

Password: coffeeconference2014

Hivos | 2011


Edwin Huizing – Executive Director Hivos



09:45 Who is who in the audience?

10:00 Launch of the Coffee Barometer 2014 – Hivos, Solidaridad, IUCN-NL, WWF, Oxfam Novib

10:30 BREAK

11:00 Keynotes ‘Today’s coffee sector: Current and future climate change scenarios’ – Peter Baker, Jamie Bechtel, Rick Peyser

Pitches ‘Green deal’ (KNVKT) and True Price of a cup of coffee (True Price)




14:00 Break-out sessions

Plenary hall: Solidaridad

Studio 1: IUCN

Studio 2: Hivos / Oxfam Novib

15.30 BREAK

16:00 Panel and participant discussion

17:00 Way forward by Nestlé SA and Hivos

17:10 Drinks

today s goal
Today’s goal

To generate collective action across the coffee chain and find lasting solutions to the sustainability issues in the coming years.

More specifically, to address integrated solutions for climate change challenges which are green, gender sensitive, attractive to youth, scalable and financially sustainable.

launch coffee barometer 2014
Launch Coffee Barometer 2014

Sjoerd Panhuysen - Hivos

key note
Key note

Peter Baker – CABI –

Changing local climate conditions, impacts at coffee producers’ farms


Niels Haak – KNVKT-

Green deal

key note1
Key note

Jamie Bechtel – New Course-

The gender and youth dimensions of climateand coffee


Michel Scholte – True Price

True Price of a cup

of coffee

key note2
Key note

Rick Peyser -Keurig Green Mountain - Climate change and how to handle the supply change risk potential for coffee companies

afternoon pitches
Afternoon pitches
  • Yvette Faber – Solidaridad

Plenary hall

2) LilianaJauregui – IUCN-NL

Studio 1

3) Catherine van der Wees – Hivos / Oxfam Novib

Studio 2

Panellists on Tomorrow’s sustainable coffeesector, harvest of today’s wisdom for scaling-up climatechange adaptation.
  • Mr MauricioGalindo– International Coffee Organization (ICO)
  • MrTed van der Put – The Sustainable Trade Initiative (IDH)
  • MrHenk van Trigt– Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs (DGIS)
  • MsAdriana MejiaCuartas– Colombian Coffee GrowersFederation(FNC)
  • Mr Tijmen de Vries – European Coffee Federation (ECF)
  • MrDhanush Dinesh – CGIAR Research Program -

Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security (CCAFS)

way forward
Way forward

Ms Linda Butler – Nestlé SA

Ms Carol Gribnau - Hivos


The Heat is on!

Tweet @: #suscoffee


Hivos | 2011