Matt McGrath of the BBC writes on a new report highlighing climate change’s impacts on agriculture.
- A new study has found that “key coffee regions” including Brazil, Indonesia, and Columbia will likely see decreased production as the world warms.
- The study also estimates that cashews and avocados will have increases in production in areas that aren’t currently growing these crops such as Sicily.
- This study highlights the need to increase investments in climate resilience, adaptation, and agricultural innovation.
Read the full article here.