First Global Study on Climate Change and Arabica Predicts ‘Severe Losses’

Arabica coffees will have to be grown at higher elevations in almost all the world’s producing regions to survive the projected effects of climate change by 2050, according to a the first global study of its kind, which is being made public by the International Center for Tropical Agriculture (CIAT). Researchers suggest severe losses in global arabica production are imminent if coffee growing doesn’t […]


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