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How trade can become a gateway to climate resilience

Women and girls, like Narcisa Paz (pictured) who owns a coffee farm and is an associate of the Cooperative of Rural Women of La Paz, are an essential part of the global push for climate resilience. Image: REUTERS/Jorge Cabrera

Molly Harriss Olson

CEO, Fairtrade Australia and New Zealand

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Coffee is one of the sectors that could be hardest hit by climate change, and worsening conditions hit crop yields hard. Image: Fairtrade

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