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the c&c toolbox is based on search results. Type in your keywords or queries and filter by your personal needs.

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the c&c toolbox is structured into several categories that help filter tools according to your specific needs and context. You can filter the tool based on the topic that describes the purpose of the tool, the climatic hazard which threaten coffee production, the country for which a tool is envisioned and by its content types which are attached to the tool . Please filter on the respective categories on the right for more specific search results.

case studies

to communicate key findings effectively the c&c toolbox provides case studies for tested tools. The case studies include recommendations for further trials or larger-scale implementation, as well as important lessons learned. You can download each case study attached to its tool or use the case study map to access further.


welcome to the c&c toolbox

in response to the needs of coffee farmers, the c&c toolbox was developed as an open online platform to effectively tackle climate change. The c&c toolbox is a compilation of tools, climate maps, case studies, guidelines and further training materials that equip farmers and farming communities with valuable information. It provides a platform to exchange knowledge on known and innovative adaptation practices which we develop alongside some of the world’s leading climate experts and bridge the gap between science and farmer know-how.

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latest tools and case studies

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Gypsum Application to Soil

With certain types of soil, such as those found in the Cerrado region of Brazil, application of large quantities of gypsum (calcium sulfate) to the […]

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Soil Humidity Measurement

There are many ways to measure soil moisture. These range from the laborious but reliable and accurate gravimetric (weighing) method of soil samples, to the […]

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