How Climate Change Affects Coffee Crops

Thursday August 11, 2016  |  food & health
Colombia is widely known for producing some of the world's best coffee. The highly elevated farms on the hills of the Andes are rich in volcanic soil. Combined with what has always been an ideal growing climate, it creates a bean that's hard to beat. Coffee companies call the coffee magic and a miracle. As the temperatures in this area rise so does the coffee market. But the lives of the coffee growers are moving in the opposite direction.