According to a new study, the areas appropriate for growing coffee, cashews, and avocados will greatly change as the planet heats. Significant coffee-producing regions in Brazil, Indonesia, Vietnam, and Colombia would have “dramatically declined” by 2050, according to the study. Although most will be far from current production zones, the number of viable cashew and avocado growing places will grow. Coffee is one of the most significant crops on the planet, providing income to millions of small farmers. Avocado and cashew consumption has increased dramatically in recent decades as a result of shifting consumer tastes in wealthier countries. While the threat of climate change to coffee has received a lot of attention in recent years, there is less information about how rising temperatures may harm avocados and cashews. The authors of this study looked at how rising temperatures and shifting precipitation rates will influence the three crops over the next 30 years. For the first time, the researchers have included information about land and soil quality. Coffee is the crop that suffers the most from excessive heat.