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This study aims to provide a comprehensive understanding of the many factors that influence global coffee production, with a particular focus on weather conditions, land area, labor force, and human capital. By exploring these multifaceted aspects, this research aims to provide valuable insights for stakeholders in the coffee industry, policymakers, and researchers. This research explores patterns, calculations, and causal relationships that shape the dynamics of coffee production worldwide through a rigorous analysis of weather variables, including temperature and rainfall, along with assessments of land area, labor dynamics, and human capital. Furthermore, the research aims to illuminate the complex interplay between market dynamics, supply chain resilience, and resource management strategies in the coffee industry. It is the intent of this research to contribute to informed decision-making and sustainable development initiatives within the global coffee sector, thus fostering resilience and growth in this important sector of the economy.

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