Climate change effects could mean the end of coffee beans
20 September 2017 | Written by La redazione
Coffee, like all agricultural products, could be thrown into upheaval by climate change, making an already terrifying situation even bleaker. A new analysis suggests that climate change on its own could cause coffee producing areas in the Americas to drop production by roughly 80 percent. But the remaining productivity might drop even further unless we ensure the crops have access to pollinators.