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We know that the coffee industry has an impact on the environment. Every step of the coffee supply chain, from growing and processing to shipping and roasting, uses energy in some capacity and therefore has its own carbon footprint.
Australians are rallying around their local cafes, but it has come at a cost: bins stuffed to the brim with single-use coffee cups.
When the coronavirus pandemic hit, Daniel Milky saw business at his family’s cafe at Norwood in Adelaide’s east plummet by 80 per cent.
Many people don’t realize that every product we buy also impacts the environment. For instance, we should stop using plastic straws and start using stainless ones. We can also buy Fair Trade Certified products. But what is Fair Trade and why is it important?