Arabica coffee, a unique type of coffee, is facing challenges due to unpredictable weather changes. By 2050, the availability of growing areas for this coffee may decrease, causing concern for farmers. Starbucks, a major coffee company, has initiated a ten-year project to develop new Arabica coffee varieties that can handle these changes. The company has created six different types of coffee, focusing on taste and quality, to grow faster and satisfy customers.

Starbucks’ leader, Howard Schultz, is concerned about the impact of climate change on the coffee industry. In 2013, Starbucks invested in a Costa Rican farm to study the effects of weather changes on coffee growing. Schultz believes global cooperation is needed to address this issue, similar to the Paris Agreement. Starbucks is also supporting coffee farmers by sharing knowledge and providing support, ensuring the tradition of enjoying morning coffee remains.