Warming temperatures not Rooibos farmer’s cup of tea

Warming temperatures not Rooibos farmer’s cup of tea

Climate change is an increasing reality for the rooibos-dependent town of Wupperthal in South Africa’s midwest. The slightest increase in temperatures means a great loss of income for rooibos farmers who are the descendants of the Khoisan community in the remote town. For one local farmer, climate change has been an ongoing and evident phenomena over his lifetime.
June 11, 2021
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