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Coffee could be extinct by 2080 because of climate change

Coffee could be extinct by 2080 because of the effects of climate change on coffee growing regions. By 2050, half of the world's useable farmland for growing coffee will be gone due to rising temperatures, pests and fungi, researchers say.SEE ALSO: Cool coffeemaker turns your grounds into delicious mushrooms The Climate Institute says, "Consumers are likely to face supply shortages, impacts on flavor and aromas, and rising prices.
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