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Ethiopia's Coffee Farmers Are 'On The Front Lines Of Climate Change'

NPR Tuesday, 20 June 2017
A new study says that Ethiopia could lose more than 50 percent of its coffee growing regions to climate change. But, higher altitude areas could become more suitable for coffee in the coming decades.
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News video: Climate Change Could Hurt Ethiopia's Ability to Grow Coffee

▶ Climate Change Could Hurt Ethiopia's Ability to Grow Coffee 01:03

Climate change could hurt coffee production all over the world, and a new report shows just how dire the situation could be for Ethiopia.

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