The Latin America ecological model, is the largest producer suggests even greater declines in both habitat for coffee and they have mentioned their farms could shrink by 88%, with particular large losses in the lowlands of Nicaragua, Honduras, and Veezuela. Researchers also examined how future climate will impact the honey bee and over 38 other bee species that pollinate coffee plants and boost yields. However conditions will improve for pollinators have increased up to 22% for future growing areas for coffee.
Studies are suggesting its vital to cater to the bee populations by minimizing use of pesticides and keeping a diversity of native plants to provide food for bees. Leaving water out during the summer months can help bees have clean drinking water and by planting flowers gardens everywhere to supply the food bees species need to survive.