Climate change is redrawing the coffee growing map. Here’s how farmers are clinging on


Harvesting coffee is a delicate process that occurs just once per year in the plant’s 20 year lifetime, and only after reaching around four years old. The perennial tree must take root in temperate conditions, and pass a series of milestones before it can blossom.

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Source: Coffee Talk

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