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Date: Saturday, November 16, 2019 | 08:30 am - 10:00 am PST

Price: $15 per person, complimentary for Counter Culture Coffee employees

Location:  Counter Culture Coffee Seattle Training Center
313 First Ave South
Seattle, Washington  98104
United States


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Our supply of good-quality coffee—coffee in general—is directly being threatened by climate change. The $70 billion coffee industry has identified it as a significant operational challenge.

Curious to learn about novel solutions to this worldwide environmental threat? Interested to hear about how the problem was looked at from different angles, e.g. research institutions, nonprofits, and corporate sectors? Want to learn how you can positively impact the coffee supply chain? (Read more about how Nicholas School students team with Counter Culture Coffee to help small farmers adapt to climate change.)

Come learn the answers to these questions and more by attending this morning conversation (with high quality coffee) to find out how Nicholas School of the Environment faculty member, Dr. Elizabeth Shapiro‑Garza, associate professor of the practice of environmental policy and management, and Claire Fox MEM'16, MF'16, conservation coordinator for the Greenbelt Land Trust, have worked to develop climate change adaptation solutions.
 

Schedule:
8:30 a.m. Registration, networking over continental breakfast and Counter Culture coffee
9–9:30 a.m. Program with Dr. Elizabeth Shapiro‑Garza and Claire Fox MEM'16, MF'16
9:30–10 a.m. Q&A
10 a.m. Event concludes and departure

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