Reading the Tea Leaves - Climate Change and the British Cuppa

Dr Katherine Kramer and Joe Ware
Christian Aid
Publication Date:
10 May 2021
Kenya, Climate, Food and Agriculture

Reading the tea leaves: Climate change and the British cuppa, shows the impact that climate change is having on tea growers in Kenya and around the world. Rising temperatures, droughts and erratic and unpredictable rainfall are all making tea growing more difficult.

Without action to cut emissions and provide finance to poorer countries, life will remain difficult for those that supply the world's tea.

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