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Climate Change Could Wipe Out Coffee by 2080

Arabica Coffee photo from Shutterstock Coffee lovers, hold onto your cup; our beloved Arabica beans could face extinction due to climate change. A new study from Kew Gardens has shown that both rising tides and temperatures world-wide could render a whopping 99.7 percent of popular bean-growing regions unable to support the crop. Although the effect [...]
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