Sustainable Harvest has announced this week that Let’s Talk Coffee Brasil will not go ahead this year. Organisers cite a lack of in-country support and sponsorship, as well as logistical issues, as the reason for the suspension of the event. Scheduled for September, Let’s Talk Coffee Brasil would have been Sustainable Harvest’s fourth event for the year. The announcement comes less than a fortnight after World Coffee Events announced it was cancelling its Re:co event in Guatemala due to safety concerns. Sustainable Harvest said it is now focusing on taking the event model to Rwanda in November. “This will be our biggest ever event in Africa, and we’d like to invite all parties who were interested in attending Let’s Talk Coffee Brasil to join us in Rwanda for an unforgettable gathering,” Sustainable Harvest published in a statement on its website. Sustainable Harvest brought some of its top coffee producers to Melbourne in March, when it presented Let’s Talk Relationship Coffee Australia at the Melbourne International Coffee Expo. It held Let’s Talk Coffee Peru in Moyobamb in May and Let’s Talk Coffee Colombia in June. Sustainable Harvest said 2015 has been a strong year for the event.