Toxic footprint for small producers workshop

The Story

The Story

This photo was taken after a week of workshops sharing knowledge and experiences with small coffee producers located in the Colombian mountains. People in these communities face natural disasters every year, all the while trying to deal with ongoing poverty, isolation and violence .

Women and men were taking the training to reflect on their own responsibilities in the climate crisis, the impacts on current and future generations, changing bad practices , acquiring consciousness about climate change and the importance of getting involved in climate action.

Toxic footprint for small producers workshop

Chaparral, Tolima. Colombia.
Photo credit
Villapinzon, Colombia

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