Higher Temperatures Could Spur Coffee Prices, Pollination Study Suggests
Picture shows roasted coffee beans, undated. Coffee and chocolate production volumes may decline as climate change and habitat loss put the pollinators of tropical crops under pressure, scientists have warned. (NewsX/Bee)

Higher Temperatures Could Spur Coffee Prices, Pollination Study Suggests

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Global Warming Puts Bumblebee Queens Under Pressure
Picture shows a queen of the species Bombus terrestris which is one of the bumblebees that usually fly earliest in spring, undated. The season is now about 14 days earlier in simple agricultural landscapes than a century ago due to a warmer climate and a changed habitat. (Maria Blasi Romero, Lund University/NewsX/Bee)

Global Warming Puts Bumblebee Queens Under Pressure

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