The first East African Tea Trade Association Convention, was held in Mombasa in July 2011 and had over five hundred attendees from across the tea sector. Sarah Roberts was invited to speak about ETP’s work on climate change in Kenya. Below is her presentation along with those from other speakers.
Adapting to Climate Change, Sarah Roberts
An overview of the tea sector in Cameroon: Cameroonian tea experience, Robert Mulutakwi
Detailed data from the Tea Research Foundation of Kenya, showing how various climate change indicators have changed over the years: Climate change trends in the Kenyan tea sector , Dr Wachira, Tea Research Foundation of Kenya
Overview of the rationale for geographical indication with detailed analysis of the Darjeeling experience: Darjeeling Geographical Indication, Roshni Sen
Bill’s unique take on what the tea sector can learn from coffee: Escaping the Commodity Trap, Bill Gorman
FAO (Food and Agriculture Organization) analysis of the current situation and medium term outlook: FAO Trends
Overview, including challenges and benefits: Indian Tea E-Auction
Comprehensive overview by the Chief Executive of KTDA on the history, development and structure of Kenya’s smallholder tea organisation: The KTDA smallholder story, Lerionka Tiampati
Detailed analysis of tea and health issues and regulations: Tea and Health, Tim Bond
Changes in the Rwanda tea sector since 2003: The Rwandan Tea Sector: A Success Story
Detailed analysis of what makes African tea unique: Uniqueness of African Tea Dr Wachira, Tea Research Foundation of Kenya
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