Climate change threatens India tea production

Blue and Green: Tea producers in India, where one-third of the world`s tea is grown, are suffering because of changes in temperature and rainfall caused by climate change, experts and tea garden owners have said. Though it makes the world`s most popular drink -- after water -- tea is a very delicate plant, vulnerable to changes in temperature and precipitation. Such problems are piling expenses on producers, who say they can`t increase prices because of market competition. Speaking to the BBC, producers......

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