Hot Stuff: How espresso machines cause global warming

❖ Part of the Coffee's Carbon Footprint series

Reducing coffee’s carbon footprint by tackling the energy consumption of espresso machines

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Updated on 25 July 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

Looking at the cost and benefit to lowering environmental impacts through eliminating takeout cups

❖ Part of the Coffee's Carbon Footprint series

Learning from the Boston Tea Party experience

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Milk Matters: Small changes can dramatically lower your coffee’s carbon footprint

❖ Part of the Coffee's Carbon Footprint series

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

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Our Digital Carbon Emissions are part of the Coffee Industry’s Environmental Impact

Let’s be aware of our online carbon footprint, and how United Baristas is offsetting your use of our services.

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Updated on 9 August 2020