how to use?

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

filtered by… ?

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.

about us

about c&c:

The initiative for coffee&climate (c&c) was launched by members of the coffee sector in 2010 to address the challenges that changing climatic conditions pose to the entire coffee value chain. The initiative has focused its initial efforts on testing, consolidating and promoting the best climate adaptation and mitigation techniques for smallholder coffee farmers, and directly supporting farmers in their implementation of these techniques. Hanns R. Neumann Stiftung (HRNS), as the implementing organization of the initiative, has led climate adaptation capacity building activities with extensionists, producer organizations, producers and coffee institutes in 7 countries with more than 35,000 producers reached. It has developed a proven methodology to assess and respond to climate risks – documented in the c&c Sourcebook, which can be found here – and has consolidated the most effective practices from the field in the c&c toolbox, the initiative’s knowledge sharing hub.




about the c&c toolbox:

The c&c toolbox has been launched 2013 and was relaunched in 2018 with updated information, revised tool descriptions and an improved user interface. All tools authored by HRNS have been field tested by HRNS or its partners within the initiative for coffee&climate and are based on firsthand experience. All other tools are reviewed by a board of scientists and coffee experts and are selected based on their relation to climate resilience, base of evidence and feasibility to implement.

To submit a tool, click here:  submit a tool