Why have some coffee growers been able to earn a decent living since 2016? Some blame rock bottom retail chain prices. But recently, efforts have been made to end to starvation wages in third world countries.
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The COVID-19 pandemic has crippled global tourism, but there's been a growing demand for a sustainable reboot of the sector as a whole. How do tourism industry leaders and trendsetters see the future of travel?
Rising temperatures, drought and erratic rainfall are making growing coffee harder. In just 30 years, climate change could destroy half of all coffee growing land, threatening millions of African farmers.
Campaigners think German firms should be accountable for the human rights abuses committed along their supply chains. Some businesses say it's too difficult to police, but others would welcome a "level playing field."
The negotiations are largely hamstrung over the EU's fishing rights in British waters and creating a so-called level playing field with fair competition rules. The bloc appears unwilling to budge on its last offer.
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