The Coffee Barometer 2023 report and website are initiated by Conservation International and Solidaridad, produced by Ethos Agriculture.

Conservation International

Founded in 1987 and with offices in more than 30 countries around the world, Conservation International uses science, policy and partnerships to protect the nature that people rely on for food, fresh water and livelihoods. Conservation International’s renowned coffee program works closely with coffee producing communities, governments and coffee companies to promote sustainable practices that incentivize forest conservation and help to retain the rich biodiversity of coffee producing landscapes. Since December 2015, CI convenes and facilitates the Sustainable Coffee Challenge – a multi-stakeholder sustainability coalition that brings together more than 150 partners from across the coffee sector with a collective vision to make coffee the world’s first sustainable agricultural product.


Solidaridad is an international organization consisting of seven regional centres throughout the world with a Network Secretariat connecting the regions. Our global coffee programme works with producers on the ground as well as upstream with all other stakeholders in the coffee industry. As a founder of the fairtrade Max Havelaar label in 1986 and Utz Certified in 2002 we are still seeking to inspire the private sector, governments, civil society organizations and consumers to contribute to sustainable economic development.

Ethos Agriculture

Ethos Agriculture is a team of coffee sector and supply chain experts specialized in design, partnership building and research. We focus on creating a safe place for disruptive thinking in the coffee sector. In order to achieve this, we facilitate collaboration between initiatives and organizations across the sector – from coffee communities to consumers, resulting in creating opportunities for joint learning and collective impact.

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This publication was made possible thanks to the financial support from the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) and Belgian Development Cooperation.

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