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Climate change could lead to the extinction of wild Arabica

Aaron Davis in the field on a research expedition to South Sudan, Boma Plateau

Credit: Emma Bladyka


Two local guides (foreground) and a student from the John Garang University in Bor, South Sudan, with wild Arabica.

Credit: Emma Bladyka

 

Local children with wild Arabica.

Credit: Aaron Davis, RBG Kew

Deforestation in South Sudan: Large-scale deforestation has occurred in the highland forests of Ethiopia and South Sudan (the natural home of Arabica coffee).

Credit: Aaron Davis, RBG Kew

Wild coffee forests on the edge of the Boma Plateau.

Credit: Aaron Davis, RBG Kew


Cultivated Arabica (photograph taken in Rwanda)

Credit: World Coffee Research


Cultivated Arabica (photograph taken in Rwanda)

Credit: World Coffee Research

Cultivated Arabica (photograph taken in Rwanda)

Credit: World Coffee Research

Cultivated Arabica (photograph taken in Rwanda)

Credit: World Coffee Research

 

 

 

Aaron Davis in the field in South Sudan with students from the John Garang Memorial University for Science and Technology in Bor, South Sudan

Credit: World Coffee Research

 

 

 

 

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