Coffee is probably world’s least expensive success power-tool. Coffee hones attention, builds better teams, and increases your leadership ability. Coffee is also the ultimate super-food. It increases your immunity, reduces the likelihood of cancer, diabetes, and a host of other ailments. It increases focus and drive and may even increase your lifespan.
Unfortunately, we may not be enjoying the benefits or pleasures of coffee too much longer. According to ecologists, there’s a good chance that in twenty or thirty years, the varieties of coffee that we drink today will be extinct and rather than a robust cup of joe, we’ll be drinking either a coffee substitute or some almost-coffee hybrid that only vaguely resembles the drink we enjoy today.
The problem, of course, is the accelerating pace of climate change. Successful coffee cultivation has three prerequisites: 1) a warm, highly stable tropical climate