The effects of climate change fall especially hard on farmers around the world. In Kenya, rising temperatures, extreme weather and shifting rain patterns are complicating life for some 600,000 small-scale tea farmers. As VOA's Steve Baragona reports, the men and women who grow the world's second-most-popular beverage are being told not to rely on tea alone for their livelihoods.
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