- Title Pages
- 1 The International Coffee Crisis: A Review of the Issues
- 2 Agroecological Foundations for Designing Sustainable Coffee Agroecosystems
- 3 The Roots of the Coffee Crisis
- 4 Coffee-Production Strategies in a Changing Rural Landscape: A Case Study in Central Veracruz, Mexico
- 5 The Benefits and Sustainability of Organic Farming by Peasant Coffee Farmers in Chiapas, Mexico
- 6 A Grower Typology Approach to Assessing the Environmental Impact of Coffee Farming in Veracruz, Mexico
- 7 Confronting the Coffee Crisis: Can Fair Trade, Organic, and Specialty Coffees Reduce the Vulnerability of Small-Scale Farmers in Northern Nicaragua?
- 8 Coffee Agroforestry in the Aftermath of Modernization: Diversified Production and Livelihood Strategies in Post-Reform Nicaragua
- 9 Farmers’ Livelihoods and Biodiversity Conservation in a Coffee Landscape of El Salvador
- 10 Social Dimensions of Organic Coffee Production in Mexico: Lessons for Eco-Labeling Initiatives
- 11 Serve and Certify: Paradoxes of Service Work in Organic Coffee Certification
- 12 Organic and Social Certifications: Recent Developments from the Global Regulators
- 13 From Differentiated Coffee Markets toward Alternative Trade and Knowledge Networks
- 14 Cultivating Sustainable Coffee: Persistent Paradoxes
- About the Contributors
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