Severe hurricanes and hardier pests are already lowering coffee-bean yields for farmers in some parts of the world, and the trend will continue to threaten supplies, says Starbucks sustainability director Jim Hanna. The company is part of a coalition seeking U.S. government action on climate change.
Starbucks says climate change could cut coffee supplies
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