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Study shows impact of global warming on coffee production
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Roughly 91 percent of the most suitable area for coffee in Latin America is within a mile of tropical forests, that is projected to increase to 97 percent by 2050. By Amy Wallace | Sept. 11, 2017 at 4:11 PM …
Biggest producer of coffee could see bean-growing land shrink nearly 90% by 2050Science Magazine
Coffee and bees: New model of climate change effectsEurekAlert (press release)
Resilient bees brighten coffee’s climate-change outlookCosmos

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Study shows impact of global warming on coffee production – UPI.com


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Study shows impact of global warming on coffee production
UPI.com
Roughly 91 percent of the most suitable area for coffee in Latin America is within a mile of tropical forests, that is projected to increase to 97 percent by 2050. By Amy Wallace | Sept. 11, 2017 at 4:11 PM ...
Biggest producer of coffee could see bean-growing land shrink nearly 90% by 2050Science Magazine
Coffee and bees: New model of climate change effectsEurekAlert (press release)
Resilient bees brighten coffee's climate-change outlookCosmos

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