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Climate Change Is Messing with Our Meals

Climate change is making coffee farming harder than ever. (Tatyana Vyc, Shutterstock) I don't want this blog to be totally depresso (adj; sadness resulting from lack of coffee), but climate change is making coffee farming more difficult than ever. I help run a Rainforest Alliance-certified coffee farm in Costa Rica, where coffee plants have been plagued by a nasty, newly arrived fungus, and last year, torrential summer rains cut our yield in half.
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