SALVADOR-COFFEE-CLIMATE CHANGE

Picture taken at a coffee plantation with trees in El Boqueron, just northwest of San Salvador, on October 13, 2017. Coffee crops in Latin America, one of the most appreciated products in the region, could become victims of climate change. A study by Latin American scientists projected that the increase in temperature and changes in rainfall would affect between 73% and 88% of the land suitable for grain production in the region. / AFP PHOTO / Marvin RECINOS (Photo credit should read MARVIN RECINOS/AFP via Getty Images)
Picture taken at a coffee plantation with trees in El Boqueron, just northwest of San Salvador, on October 13, 2017. Coffee crops in Latin America, one of the most appreciated products in the region, could become victims of climate change. A study by Latin American scientists projected that the increase in temperature and changes in rainfall would affect between 73% and 88% of the land suitable for grain production in the region. / AFP PHOTO / Marvin RECINOS (Photo credit should read MARVIN RECINOS/AFP via Getty Images)
SALVADOR-COFFEE-CLIMATE CHANGE
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