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Resilient bees brighten coffee’s climate-change outlook

Cosmos Magazine - Mon 11 Sep 17

There may be hope for coffee in a warming world after all, according to a new study that takes into account the adaptable nature of pollinating bees. Andrew Masterson reports. ...

Climate change a buzzkill for coffee lovers - Mon 11 Sep 17

Global warming could reduce coffee growing areas in Latin America—the world's largest coffee-producing region—by as much as 88 percent by 2050.

Climate change a buzzkill for coffee lovers, Science Blog - Mon 11 Sep 17

Climate change might cause a coffee crisis, but there’s still hope

ZME Science - Thu 14 Sep 17

Is it really that bad?

Coffee vs. climate change: The news is not good

Ars Technica - Wed 13 Sep 17

Warming will push coffee uphill and could limit pollinators.

In a first-of-its-kind study, researchers evaluated the likely effects of warming temperatures and changing conditions of pollinator species on Latin American coffee production.

Discovery News - Mon 11 Sep 17

Credit: Rodrigo Arangua/Getty ImagesIn a warmer world, your morning pick-me-up could get a lot harder to come by. A one-two punch of changes to climate and bee habitat could ...

The bees behind your morning coffee might be in big trouble

Popular Science - Mon 11 Sep 17

From Our Blogs: Nexus Media News Much more than your morning buzz is at stake. Global warming will take a toll on coffee-pollinating bees, potentially crippling ...

Climate Change Is Threatening The Bees That Pollinate Coffee Plants

CleanTechnica - Fri 15 Sep 17

The best coffee grows in the mountains, where it is cool. It needs low temperatures to thrive, which is why growers often put shade trees in their fields. But the mountains are getting hotter. ...

Study shows impact of global warming on coffee production

UPI - Mon 11 Sep 17

A recent study by the University of Vermont found global warming could reduce coffee growing areas in Latin America by as much as 88 percent by 2050.

Coffee and bees: New model of climate change effects

ScienceDaily - Tue 12 Sep 17

Areas in Latin America suitable for growing coffee face predicted declines of 73-88 percent by 2050. But bee species diversity may save the day, even if many species in cool highland regions ...