Love your Coffee? Climate Change is Bad News for Your Food

Irrigated agriculture capacity along the Murray-Darling Basin will decrease up to 97% by the end of century without significant global action on climate change. The Murray-Darling system provides 40% of Australia’s food.

Extreme events can disrupt food supply chains. Households generally hold only about a 3-5 day supply of food. Crops like coffee will be increasingly difficult and expensive to grow

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