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Y Bel Eban coffee farmer

Drought aggravated by climate change is hurting coffee growers in the Mekong region, and intensive farming techniques are part of the problem. In villages around the city of Buon Ma…

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coffee forest

About one third of the world’s land, more than four billion hectares, is forest. Every year, this area decreases by an average of 13 million hectares, about the same size…

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From friends meeting over cappuccino in the local cafe to students pulling all-nighters, we humans count on coffee to put zip in our lives. And around the world, from Brazil…

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coffee and bees

Global warming could reduce coffee growing areas in Latin America by as much as 88 percent by 2050, with the largest declines projected in Nicaragua, Honduras and Venezuela, according to…

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ENP elephant coffee

The relationship between the forests of Northern Thailand and the elephants who have called it home for millennia is a symbiotic one, for better or for worse. Consider the fact…

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Wife and husband farmers Hasbulah Lubis, 44, (woman) and Rofiqoh Nasution, 35, harvest arabica coffee fruit from their coffee trees on recently deforested land in Pagar Gunung village near Batang Gadis National Park in Mandailing Natal, North Sumatra. © Conservation International/photo by Tory Read

Future coffee demand and the impact of climate change on suitable coffee growing lands have created the potential for coffee to be a major driver of deforestation throughout the world, according…

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