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Climate change threatens Kenyan tea sector, putting millions of workers at risk

Tea is one of Kenya's top foreign currency earners, but climate change is affecting the crops. Image: REUTERS/Noor Khamis

Nita Bhalla

Journalist, Thomson Reuters Foundation

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