Paul Baranowski16 Jan, 20170

Climate Edge’s year in review – Ants and instagram

Now that we are are kicking off 2017 in earnest we wanted to use this first blog post to summarise and review Climate Edge’s first year and some our favourite moments from each month!

In January 2016 Climate Edge was at its bare bones. No website, no full time employees and

Climate_Edge14 Nov, 20160

Before the Roast

With over one billion cups enjoyed per day, coffee is by far the most popular drink in the world. And with the 3rd wave coffee in recent years, its status has changed from a commodity to an artisanal food stuff similar to wine.

However, despite its growing popularity and the

James Alden25 May, 20160

The Future of Climate Edge

Last Friday Paul and I flew back from sunny Nicaragua and returned to a slightly more grey, but very lively, London. When we started work again on Monday the focus of Climate Edge’s work had also changed. Our experience in Nicaragua working with farmers, co-operatives (Soppexcca, COOMPROCOM) , national organisations

Paul Baranowski19 May, 20160

Our partnership with Fairtrade

In our previous blogs we have discussed how we have been working closely with Fairtrade. In this post we would like to discuss why this Faritrade partnership is important to Climate Edge and why our continued work together will help even more producers adapt to an ever changing climate.

 

Fairtrade consistently

Paul Baranowski14 May, 20160

Introducing the Coffee Farmers

In this blog post we would like to introduce the Coffee Farmers who we have worked with and help you understand how our technology fits into their progressive work.

As with any innovative company we have had to constantly consider everything that could go wrong at every stage, and a great

Paul Baranowski11 May, 20160

Introducing the Nexcito

At Climate Edge we believe that every business should be able to make management decisions based on personalised datasets. Our previous work with coffee farmers in Honduras demonstrated that no two fincas are alike and two producers may experience vastly different environmental conditions even though they are neighbours. However, the