23 Sep '16, 11am

Climate Change Will Halve Suitable #Coffee Growing Land

Put in such stark terms, the future of coffee looks bleak. But perhaps the threat of losing the world’s most popular beverage will be enough to make people consider curbing some of their pollutant behaviors. Probably not, though. We’re all selfish assholes and the coffee shortage (not to mention the other awful effects of climate change) won’t truly be calamitous for us first-world consumers for another few generations.

Full article: http://sprudge.com/climate-change-will-halve-suitable-cof...

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