Ethiopia: Ethiopica (aka Arabica) coffee could go extinct in 70 years, study warns

From nazret.com Sun Nov 11 2012, 00:42:01

What would life be like without coffee? Ethiopia cofee Climate Change May Raise Coffee Prices, Lower Quality Wild Arabica coffee (aka Ethiopica) could go extinct in 70 years, study warns. In a world that drinks 1.6 billion cups each day, the pr...

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