Kim Elena Ionescu moderates a panel with Merling Preza, Alejandro Cadena, Lee Wallace, and Molly Laverty at Re:co Symposium in Seattle in April 2018.
In this week’s episode of the podcast, Peter Giuliano speaks with Kim Elena about the introductory sustainability panel, which covered a wide range of topics including the reduction in the profitability of coffee farms, the changes in prices coffee buyers offer to coffee farmers, and the need for industry investment in research.
Over the next three weeks, we’ll be releasing episodes from the sustainability session at Re:co Symposium this year, and Kim Elena will be taking over the Re:co Podcast for those sessions, interviewing some of the speakers and diving deeper into some of the topics covered.
Special Thanks to Toddy
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- Video recording of this panel (English subtitles)
- Video de este panel está disponible con subtítulos en español aquí (Spanish subtitles)
- Re:co Symposium on YouTube
- Speaker bios on our website