Javatrekker: Dispatches from the World of Fair Trade Coffee Dean Cycon

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Javatrekker: Dispatches from the World of Fair Trade Coffee  by  Dean Cycon

Javatrekker: Dispatches from the World of Fair Trade Coffee by Dean Cycon
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In each cup of coffee the major issues of the twenty-first century—globalization, immigration,women’s rights, pollution, indigenous rights, and self-determination—are played outin villages and remote areas around the world. In Javatrekker: DispatchesMoreIn each cup of coffee the major issues of the twenty-first century—globalization, immigration,women’s rights, pollution, indigenous rights, and self-determination—are played outin villages and remote areas around the world.

In Javatrekker: Dispatches from the Worldof Fair Trade Coffee, a unique hybrid of Fair Trade business study, adventure travel, andcultural anthropology, author and coffee entrepreneur Dean Cycon introduces readers tothe real people who make our morning coffee ritual possible—people that few, if any, outsidershave ever seen.Readers are introduced to the Mamos of Colombia—holy men who believe they are literallyholding the world together—despite the effects of climate change caused by us, their “youngerbrothers.” And Cycon takes readers on a trip through an ancient forest in Ethiopia where manybelieve that coffee was first discovered 1,500 years ago by the goatherd Kaldi.Rich with stories of people, landscapes, and customs, Javatrekker offers a deep appreciationand understanding of the global trade and culture of coffee.



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