With environmental pressures continuing to mount, United Baristas starts a series on how the coffee industry can lower its impacts.
Carbon dioxide is colourless, tasteless and odourless, but it’s everywhere and causing global warming. So how do we work out how much carbon is emitted to make a cup of coffee?
Want to reduce your coffee’s environmental impacts? Milk is responsible for the majority of a cup’s carbon footprint, so lower your impacts in 2020 by making informed decisions
Learning from the Boston Tea Party experience
Reducing coffee’s carbon footprint by tackling the energy consumption of espresso machines.