The Climate Institute of Australia says half of the world's area that's deemed suitable for growing coffee will be lost by 2050 if climate change remains unchecked. Photo: Christopher Jue/Getty Images
        The Climate Institute of Australia says half of the world's area that's deemed suitable for growing coffee will be lost by 2050 if climate change remains unchecked. Photo: Christopher Jue/Getty Images
The Climate Institute of Australia says half of the world's area that's deemed suitable for growing coffee will be lost by 2050 if climate change remains unchecked. Photo: Christopher Jue/Getty Images

A coffee shortage is looming, warns Australian climate change think tank

Shortages that could hurt the livelihoods of 25 million coffee farmers around the globe are already having an effect

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The Climate Institute of Australia says half of the world's area that's deemed suitable for growing coffee will be lost by 2050 if climate change remains unchecked. Photo: Christopher Jue/Getty Images
        The Climate Institute of Australia says half of the world's area that's deemed suitable for growing coffee will be lost by 2050 if climate change remains unchecked. Photo: Christopher Jue/Getty Images
The Climate Institute of Australia says half of the world's area that's deemed suitable for growing coffee will be lost by 2050 if climate change remains unchecked. Photo: Christopher Jue/Getty Images
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