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PARTNERING TO PROTECT FORESTS

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Starbucks and Conservation International have been working together to protect people and nature for more than 20 years. And we’re just getting started.

Together, Starbucks and Conservation International have created a new way to produce coffee: one that is sustainable, transparent, and good for people and the planet. Since 2015, Starbucks has verified 99% of their coffee as ethically sourced, making them the largest coffee retailer to reach this milestone.

Our efforts are saving forests, making water cleaner, and reducing carbon emissions.

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THE PROJECTS

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OAXACA, MEXICO: In September 2016, CI and the Starbucks Foundation joined forces to design and implement net-positive-impact coffee origin demonstration that delivers and quantifies positive outcomes for coffee farmers, communities, and water conservation in Oaxaca, Mexico. The project defines a new model for origin-based investments within the coffee sector. CI will be focusing on revitalizing the shade management systems to support productivity as well as wildlife conservation and food and income diversification.

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ETHICAL SOURCING: CI and Starbucks joined forces to develop buying guidelines for ethical coffee sourcing. C.A.F.E. Practices guidelines help farmers grow coffee in a way that's better for both people and the planet. Through ongoing monitoring and evaluation of our joint initiatives we are able to measure program performance, identify new challenges and opportunities and determine how best to expand our support for global coffee growing communities.

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SUSTAINABLE COFFEE CHALLENGE: With the Starbucks Company as the founding partner, Conservation International launched the Sustainable Coffee Challenge, a sector-wide effort to make coffee the world’s first sustainable agricultural product. The Challenge is a pre-competitive collaboration of partners working across the coffee sector, united in developing a shared framework for helping governments, businesses and other actors understand how they can contribute to making coffee the first sustainable agricultural product.

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STARBUCKS PROTECT AN ACRE

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Edit Subtitle: With just $25, you can help protect an acre of forest. Through January 6, your impact will be doubled by The Starbucks Foundation.
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ABOUT CONSERVATION INTERNATIONAL

For more than 30 years, Conservation International has been protecting the nature that people need to thrive.

Conservation International experts produce groundbreaking scientific research that informs our work. Starting with our first project in Bolivia 30 years ago, Conservation International has supported 1,200 protected areas across 77 countries, safeguarding more than 601 million hectares of land and sea.

Conservation International currently works on the ground in more than 30 countries to safeguard the forests, oceans, rivers, lakes and wetlands that provide food and water for people and wildlife, sustain economies and help secure a stable climate. We work with 2,000+ partners at every level—from remote villages to executive suites.


Deforestation rate calculated from an estimated 15 billion trees cut down globally every year, at least. Source: Crowther, T. W., Glick, H. B., & Bradford, M. A. (2015). Mapping tree density at a global scale. Nature, 525, 201-205. Retrieved October 23, 2018, from https://www.nature.com/articles/nature14967.

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