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By 2050, climate change could mean up to half the land used globally to grow coffee could be unusable.
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The 71-year-old's body was reportedly burned.
An orphaned spectacled bear was rescued in Peru, after locals reportedly killed his mother and left the 8-month old cub tied to a tree. The cub is receiving round-the clock care with local vets, to get him back to health.
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UNESCO estimates Peru’s famous geoglyphs are around 2,000-year-old.
At least one death and dozens of injuries have been confirmed.
The world saw millions of people facing natural disasters in 2017, including volcanic eruptions in Indonesia and massive flooding in Peru.
As I write, many parts of the Caribbean and the Gulf of Mexico are still reeling from one of the most destructive hurricane seasons in decades. Meanwhile, across the Indian subcontinent more than 1000 people have been killed and more than 40 million have been affected by intense monsoon rains and floods. And closer to home, of course, Peru is still counting the costs of some of the worst floods in living memory.