Ethiopia: The New Eldorado of Coffee

Climate change, both current and future, has already affected and will have a lasting impact on the food and drink sector: droughts, damaging storms, rising sea levels… One country, however, seems to have been spared by the developing climate catastrophism. Ethiopia, birthplace of one of the most drunk beverages on this planet, still enjoys exceptional coffee-growing climate conditions. However, will the homeland of the Queen of Sheba, Menelik, Haile Selassie, and Prester John be able to resist the siren song of intensive farming, which has been to some extent, to a great extent according to some people, responsible for leading our planet to an ecological cliff edge?

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