Coffee drinkers pay attention—your favorite hot cup of your favorite coffee brew could be in pain.
Even if global temperatures are kept within limits set by international agreements, climate change would lower the amount of land suitable for growing coffee by 54% by the year 2100, according to a new study.
Coffee farmers from Honduras to Ethiopia have said they are already suffering from climate change, and Christian Aid (a charity organization) has urged the UK government to help by canceling existing debts and increasing funds to compensate for climate loss and harm.
Rising temperatures and unpredictable weather patterns, according to Christian Aid, will reduce the amount of land suitable for producing coffee by 54.4%, even if global temperatures are confined to 1.5-2 degrees Celsius over pre-industrial levels.
Rising temperatures, irregular rainfall, illness, droughts, and landslides, all caused by man-made climate change, threaten to reduce the coffee business and bankrupt its growers.
According to official data, Vietnam accounts for more than half of the worldwide robusta supply, and it is becoming increasingly important in attempts to save coffee from the consequences of climate catastrophe. Scientists claim the robusta grown here, in the undulating hills of Vietnam’s central highlands, is hardier and has better yields than practically anyplace else, with some types yielding two or three times more beans than those grown elsewhere.
“As a coffee producer, it is becoming increasingly difficult to produce,” said Yadira Lemus, a Honduran coffee farmer. And, yeah, that is tied to climate change because formerly, we would plant coffee and it would produce virtually entirely on its own.
‘As a result of climate change, we are experiencing an increase in temperature. Weather forecasting is increasingly challenging. We could identify whether it was winter or summer and when we could plant. That is no longer the case.
‘Africans make up 17% of the world’s population, yet we create just 4% of the greenhouse gas emissions that have exacerbated the climate disaster,’ said Yitna Tekaligne, the charity’s Ethiopia country manager. Despite this, we are bearing the brunt of the consequences of climate change.
‘Our coffee business is Ethiopia’s most important export and employs a substantial number of people. However, it is currently threatened by climate change.
‘The impact of climate change on coffee production is clear, as evidenced by high levels of coffee leaf rust.
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