This article discusses climate change and coffee – it’s not good.
The former CEO of Starbucks worries climate change could spell trouble for your regular cup of coffee.
In an interview with Time magazine, Howard Schultz said climate change ranks among the coffee giant’s biggest challenges.
Schultz said rising temperatures and droughts make it tougher to grow coffee beans, and more expensive.
“Climate change is going to play a bigger role in affecting the quality and integrity of coffee,” said Schultz.