Your morning coffee - it isn't an unlimited resource

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Your morning coffee - it isn't an unlimited resource

Crop Trust's Marie Haga warns our daily cup of coffee is at risk from climate impacts unless urgent action is taken

From Nairobi to New York, for millions of people around the world, coffee is the only way to start the day. It brings communities together and provides financial income for millions. We have many great...

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