Cafés and restaurants in Cardiff are helping to spread the message about the need to take action on climate change. They are adding a 'Climate Change Special' made with Fair Trade chocolate to their menu during the Paris climate change talks.
Cocoa is an essential ingredient in making chocolate. Ghana and Cote d’Ivoire grow 70% of cocoa of the world's cocoa crop. Unless urgent action is taken to stop it, climate change in the next 40 years will make the temperature there rise by 2 degrees C. That will make it too hot and dry for cocoa trees.
The delicious chocolate recipes were donated by the Chiappa sisters and Masterchef semi-finalist Beth Thomas.
You can try the Climate Change Specials during the Paris Climate Change Conference at: