Coffee is one of the world’s most important food commodities, and the world has been using it for millennia.
But, over the last few decades, it has seen a rise in the number of countries with a strong coffee industry.
In this episode of The Irish Time, we talk to the world coffee trade expert Dr Stephen Gannon about the rise of the coffee industry, the impact of climate change on coffee production and the future of coffee in Australia.
A lot of people will be surprised by this, but coffee is about more than the coffee itself.
It’s about the relationship between people, communities and communities.
This show is brought to you by The Irish Coffee Alliance.
A new partnership between The Irish Morning News and The Irish Water.
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You can read more about the new platform and what it means for the news industry at www.irishwater.ie.
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A podcast from the award-winning Australian ABC program The Good Weekend.
This week, we speak to a young woman who is using technology to make art and her art is now available for sale.
You’ll also find the stories of young artists who are using the internet to connect with each other and share their art.
Find more on the Good Weekend website and Facebook page.
And, of course, there’s the BBC’s own podcast, The Good Show.
The Good Podcast Network is a show about the best things in the world.
A regular series of interviews, entertainment, comedy and more.
The podcast also features stories about people making things, the world and the people who live in it.
Find the Good Show website and follow on Twitter @TheGoodShow.
A collection of stories about our relationship with the natural world.
This time, we’ll be focusing on how we live with the animals around us.
And in the new documentary A World of Water, we’re going to take a look at the world of water.
Find a list of places to go on the website of the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds and follow the series on Twitter at @RoyalSocietyParks.
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It provides the best-ever weather for Ireland.
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