Restarting Coffee: Managing coffee shop rent in the June quarter and into 2021

United Baristas founder Tim Ridley chats with London property expert Rob Fay on the extension of the moratorium – as well as the future of landlord – tenant relations

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Available until 26 December 2020

Updated on 6 August 2020

A baristas guide to being furloughed

In the second of the #BaristaCare videos, Tim Ridley interviews Jessica Davies, head of people at Watch House, to understand how the furlough scheme works for baristas and coffee professionals

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Available until 30 September 2020

Updated on 6 August 2020

Coffee shop rent obligations during the pandemic

United Baristas founder Tim Ridley speaks with London property expert Rob Fay on how to manage your March quarter rent, and landlord relations, during the Covid-19 lockdown

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Available until 20 December 2020

Updated on 6 August 2020

Reducing methane emissions by 30 percent to address climate change

Lancashire diary farm Brades Farm have been working with a Swiss argo-science company to pilot a feed supplement, significantly reducing the greenhouse gas emissions from their herds.

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Available until 7 January 2021

Updated on 6 August 2020

Global warming is the biggest threat facing humanity. If all else fails, could geo-engineering be the answer?

Solar geo-engineering is controversial. There are strong reasons not to do it. But if current methods of countering global warming fail, then the last resort may be to artificially control the global temperature. The Economist investigates.

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Available until 20 August 2021

Updated on 9 February 2020