Will GM tech save coffee in the face of climate change?

The following is an excerpt.

Some hysterical types are worried that because the industry has focused on one particular genetically modified strain, global warming might mean less coffee – that kind of stuff is why you shouldn’t read Union of Concerned Scientists when it comes to science. Instead of leaving us with less coffee, science will come up with a better variety for whatever conditions exist.

Read the full post here: Coffee: A Developing World Problem People Really Care About

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