Tuesday, January 23, 2018
CIMBALI HEAD

Environment

Home Science Environment

Scotland to match EU ban on single use plastics, ditch plastic straws

Scotland will match EU ban on single use plastics by 2030 “Brexit or no Brexit”. The move was announced by the Scottish go...

London’s iconic red bus to run on coffee biofuel from coffee waste

London has been stifling with red double-deckers shrouding the streets with exhaust fumes. To curb toxic fuels and prevent...

Report suggests ways to achieve deforestation-free cocoa production

Global cocoa production faces mounting environmental and economic challenges. Despite long-term global demand, cocoa produ...

Single-use plastic cups to be banned in the European Union by 2030

Single-use plastics, such as coffee cups, are set to be banned in the EU by 2030, in order to counter pollution. The strat...

Weak La Niña pattern continues over the Pacific, says Australia’s Bom

A weak La Niña pattern continues in the tropical Pacific, reports the Australian Government Bureau of Meteorology. This ev...

Mondelēz Intl. establishes new partnership to protect forests in Ghana

DEERFIELD, Ill., U.S. – Mondelēz International yesterday announced it has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Fo...

Initiative for coffee&climate launches new online toolbox for coffee farmers

HAMBURG, Germany – Free and easy to use, openly accessible from everywhere in the world and practically supporting farmers...

Passengers at Hamburg Airport can now buy drinks in personal cups

Passengers at Hamburg Airport can now buy drinks in their own cups and containers instead of paper cups. Many catering com...

UK coffee drinkers want to go green, but price is a barrier, says research

While Brits love their coffee, they also love the environment. Mintel research on coffee shops finds as many as 40% of out...

Charge for single-use coffee cups must lead to change in coffee habits

‘Cappuccino charge’ and ‘latte levy’ must just be stepping stones to a 100% of single use coffee cups being recycled says ...