Climate change could destroy 60% of the arabica coffee bean produced in its birthplace of Ethiopia 

According to new research, rising temperatures and decreasing rainfall could render as much as 60% of Ethiopia’s coffee-growing areas unsuitable for cultivation by the end of the century. As many as 15 million Ethiopian farmers, or about 15% of the country’s population, depend on the industry.

Read more: Climate change could destroy 60% of the arabica coffee bean produced in its birthplace of Ethiopia — Quartz