Climate change is upending Lebanon's booming business of boutique wineries
The future of this flourishing industry is uncertain. Unexpected changes in temperature and disruptions in regular rain cycles have turned the Lebanese winemaking world upside down. Sarah Dadouch talks to businesses in the touristic region of Bekaa Valley, who are desperately searching for practices that will alleviate the newfound pressures of climate change and save their booming trade.
From The Washington Post