Climate change: Arabica coffee faces a roasting

27 October, 2015 by (comments)

Scientists pinpoint the world’s most vulnerable coffee zones New research gives fresh insights into which of the world’s arabica coffee-producing zones will bear the brunt of climate change. The biggest losers will be in hotter areas with long dry seasons, such as parts of Brazil and Central America. There, almost 80% of land currently used to grow arabica coffeeRead More …

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Filed Under: Climate Change

Climate change: Asia-Pacific faces a “humanitarian crisis”

7 February, 2011 by (comments)

The Asia-Pacific region will face a “humanitarian crisis” as climate change displaces millions of people in the next few decades, according to a new report from the Asian Development Bank. The Climate Change and Migration in Asia and the Pacific report says the region will be one of the most affected by climate change in the world, triggering an exodusRead More …

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Filed Under: Asia @en, Climate Change, Regions