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Coffee pod sales slip as environmental concerns rise

By Jason Osler* Canadians seem to love using single-serve coffee pod machines, such as Keurig's popular K-Cup brewing s...

You Can Now Eat Your Coffee in Chocolate-Bar Form

BY STEPHANIE SALTZMAN* Don't get me wrong: I love a good cup of coffee, and the utterly luxurious feeling that goes alo...

Dealing with another coffee pods problem

By Bob McDonald* Bob McDonald is the host of CBC Radio's award-winning weekly science program, Quirks & Quarks. He is...

Pollinator extinction threatens coffee supplies, warn experts

A new report from experts and Government around the world addresses threats to animal pollinators such as bees, birds and ...

Using coffee drift as fertilizer good for gardeners and environment

What was once rubbish left after brewing a crater of coffee is now being sole as a chemical-free nitrogen source to veheme...

Sustainability: Good for society, good for business

The business benefits of adopting sustainable thinking and integrating this into day-to-day operations are extensive. Cons...

Coffee-based agroforestry: a new way to increase farmers’ income

By Hendra Gunawan and Endri Martini * A few years ago, a mixed orchard based on coffee trees was hard to find in Konawe D...

Eco-friendly solution to coffee rust could benefit Costa Rica

By Jaime Lopez* BioNovelus, a clean tech company that aims to offer a portfolio of green solutions for various applicat...

COP 21: Coffee sector pledges contributions to mitigate and adapt to climate change

BONN, Germany - After 2 weeks of intense negotiations at the Climate change Summit, a historic “Paris” agreement was achie...

Fighting coffee rust in Latin America

One of these diseases is coffee leaf rust, or “la roya”, which is an increasing problem for Latin American producers. In 2...