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Arabica coffee could become extinct because of climate change

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Climate change may send the coffee you drink into extinction. 

According to a report by scientists in London, the Arabica coffee bean may not exist by 2080 because it doesn’t have the ability to adapt to shifting climates, pests, or disease.

In fact, poor harvests and high demand have already driven coffee prices to their highest point in 30 years.

You can read the full article here: http://phys.org/news/2012-11-arabica-coffee-extinct-wild-years.html#firstCmt