Climate Change Effects On Coffee Production: How Hotter Weather Is Killing The Global Arabica Bean M

The price of global warming can be measured in costs to human health and the environment, but also in cups of coffee, as warming temperatures are stifling coffee production and could send prices soaring over the next few decades. By 2050, yields of Arabica bean – which accounts for 75 percent of the coffee produced worldwide – in some countries are expected to fall by up to 25 percent, according to a report recently published in the journal PLOS One.

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