March 28, 2013

Coffee and Climate Change

There is an informative article that I wanted to pass along about the effects of climate change on coffee. There is a lot at stake here, and some of the potential changes might be loss of growing regains in what we know today as great coffee regions; Africa, Guatemala, and more.

With warming, you might start to see the plains of Texas emerge as a Robusta growing region like Brazil.

Even if you aren't convinced that climate change is a threat, the article talks up what's going on today to fight the emerging issue of the Coffee Rust fungus.

Worth a read at US News & World Report

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Posted by Scott Martin at March 28, 2013 8:02 AM
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