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The tricky thing for us as consumers is to understand where to start. The profitability crisis is driving more and more coffee producers out of the industry. Saving coffee will take money, it will take efforts but more than all of that, it will take teamwork. Growing coffee in forests instead of exclusive coffee farms has been a step in the right direction. The money will come from a simple carbon tax, uniformly applied carbon tax will make a ripple effect in generating the revenue for environmental preservation. Coffee production has saved forests in Ethiopia, the diversity is affected but if it wasn't for the caffeinated cup of magic, there wouldn't even be a forest.

Until now we saw how a story is introduced to us, we understand how blurry our eyes and how sandy our paths have been with acknowledging impact. That is obviously a far cry from addressing the same impact of cumulated behaviours and disdain. Keen observations about little details give an idea or two, sometimes. Changes are not always measurable, and for that reason, we have gone to root to ask the questions that matter.