It’s just a cup of Joe; how can that be harmful?
Use coffee pods! A new study shows that coffee pods produce less greenhouse gas emissions than traditional filter-brewed coffee. Pods have been criticized for causing unnecessary waste, but their carbon dioxide output ranked lower than filtered and French press coffee. The study also says that instant coffee is still the most environmentally friendly because heating a water kettle uses less energy.
Global coffee consumption has been steadily increasing for almost 30 years. The average coffee drinker sips 2.7 cups daily, making the estimated worldwide coffee consumption around two billion cups a day! With this much coffee being consumed, we must look for ways to lessen our carbon footprint sooner than later.
Coffee pods can be recycled! There are also reusable capsules you can purchase.
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