Dr Vega works for the United States Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service and is currently working on the world wide problems with the coffee berry borer (hypothenemus hampei).
If you dont know Hypothenemus hampei, check your organic coffee for "worm holes"... they are pretty easy to find.
The below link is to 60 odd published articles. One that caught my attention was about the predatory thrips (Karnyothrips flavipes) that enter the coffee cherry via the borers hole and eat the larvae of the coffee cherry borer but not the fruit. That could be an exciting biological solution to a big industry problem.