Journalist Tim McDonnell gives Ugandan coffee farmers disposable cameras to find out how they experience climate change.
The effects of climate change on coffee production are generally thought to be deleterious and multi-faceted, impacting not only where coffee can be grown but also the efficacy of its cultivation. But as reported by the Telegraph, a new study suggests that one of the leading impediments to coffee production – leaf rust, or roya […]
We’ve previously reporting on the potentially devastating effects climate change may have on coffee production. As temperatures rise, land that was once arable for coffee production no longer will be, and there is even speculation that wild coffee will be extinct by 2080. This is leading to coffee roasters rethinking their processes and implementing more […]
The effects of climate change are cause for an immense amount of consternation for those along the coffee supply chain. Rising temperatures means land once ideal for coffee growing are now inarable for those purposes. And according to a new report by the Climate Institute titled A Brewing Storm, the effects are deleterious on a global […]