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The Holistic Parrot by Leslie Moran

The Holistic Parrot by Leslie Moran

The Link Between Coffee & Parrot Conservation

More than seven million tons of coffee is produced worldwide each year, and according to 2006 figures, the European Union led the way consuming the highest volume of coffee globally - 36 percent. They were followed by the USA at 17 percent, Brazil at 14 percent, and Japan at 6 percent. The remaining areas of Asia, Australia and the Pacific drank 4 percent with the rest of the world consuming the remaining 23 percent.

Have you ever considered that type of coffee you buy can make all the difference in the world between the extinction of a species or its survival? How can the type of coffee people drink be so important? Have you ever heard of shade grown coffee?

With the severe loss of biodiversity on this planet being the greatest threat to the survival of humanity, and all other species, the manner in which farmers grow coffee either nurtures and enriches the biodiversity of an ecosystem, or destroys it.

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