Like the Grinch, climate change is coming for your Christmas favourites

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For consumers, climate change may affect the price and availability of the goods we’re buying
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For consumers, climate change may affect the price and availability of the goods we’re buying

Luxury brands face climate change threats to the quality - and quantity - of a range of wines, perfumes, and other festive treats, writes Verisk Maplecroft's Will Nichols

A little indulgence over the festive season is our reward for enduring a curious and challenging year. But brace yourselves once more, for many of the treats we're looking forward to are already under...

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