Rising temperatures, drought and changing weather patterns are causing some major coffee-producing areas of the world to become less suitable for the crop.
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The world’s most valued tropical crop — threatened by climate change — could be its first completely sustainable one.
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The morning drink of choice for millions of people around the world starts with a tree in a tropical country.
Unfortunately, the harvest of this magical bean is not always sustainable.
Climate variability in many coffee-producing countries is threatening crops and worsening deforestation.