Coffee is undoubtedly one of the world’s widely consumed beverages. For most folks, a day doesn’t can’t begin without their first cuppa.
But most of us have no idea about the cost at which we get our daily dose of coffee—that of the environment as well as the coffee producers.
It is understandable that the rising demand for coffee has cleared away vast tracts of forests across the world. But how does the exploitation of producers spell out?