A Costa Rican coffee farmer is taking steps toward total sustainability

National Geographic photographer Rena Effendi journeys to meet Luis, the Costa Rican farmer integrating sustainable practices into his coffee smallholding.

Published 8 May 2020, 10:56 BST
A Costa Rican coffee farmer is taking steps toward total sustainability
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