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Climate Change Could Mean the End of Coffee

By Paige Kellerman

Caffeinated. It's how a lot of us start our day. And in a world that moves a mile a minute, sipping the heavenly delight we call "coffee" and inhaling its comforting aroma and is what gives a jumpstart to otherwise mundane weekdays. Things just go smoother. Traffic's not quite as annoying. So to imagine a world without coffee is about as alien as casually wearing two left shoes to the office every day. But that's exactly what some scientists were claiming might happen, if the changing climate negatively impacts areas where coffee beans are grown. For java lovers, this is a terrifying thought, but it's worth a closer look.


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