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Nov 16

Telltale Signs You Drink Too Much Coffee

Are you finding your health suffering due to your excessive consumption of coffee? If so, you may need to start limiting yourself or avoid the drink altogether. To help you figure out whether or not you drink too much coffee, below are a few common signs that your excessive habit is becoming a serious hazard …

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Aug 25

Ways To Reduce Waste In Your Home

Your home is a haven where you enjoy spending time with friends and family. Moreover, it should be sparkling clean, kept free of pests and diseases. The challenge, however, is that so much waste gets generated in homes and considering your busy schedule, managing the waste can be hard work. Nevertheless, you can effectively keep …

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Jan 04

4 Ways You Hurt The Environment Without Knowing It

Researchers have provided evidence demonstrating that people need to change their habits if they want to avoid environmental destruction. Perhaps you’ve been convinced that you to make changes in your lifestyle to care for the environment. But there are still ways you are hurting the environment that you may not realize. Bathing With Exfoliating Soaps …

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Jun 17

Infographic: 9 Green Air Freshener Ideas

This infographic details great ideas on how to freshen up the air around you in an eco-friendly way. We’ll get into coffee, lemons, candles, essential oils and even vodka.     9 Green Air Freshener Ideas [Infographic] by the team at Chadwicks

Mar 26

Climate Change and Its Impact on Coffee Production

People who trivialise climate change and believe it won’t have an impact on their comfortable western lifestyle may be in for a shock – global warming is having a very palpable effect on the cost and quality of coffee. Consumers all over the world, who benefit from the 2 billion cups of coffee made available …

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May 09

David Einhorn’s Battle Against Green Mountain Coffee

David Einhorn, the leader of Greenlight Capital, began taking shots at Green Mountain Coffee Roasters (GMCR) all the way back in 2011 when he spoke during the Value Investing Congress. Back then, GMCR was trading at about $69 per share. Notably, GMCR is the company behind Keurig single cup coffee makers. According to the website …

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Mar 05

Infographic: So You Want to Save Water?

Courtesy of: Loch Ness Water Gardens  

Sep 07

How Drinking Coffee Can Heal Your Thyroid

In modern times most people out there believe that coffee is bad for your health. Seriously there are groups of people out there that are completely against it regardless of what evidence you may bring to prove against their theories. There are also many so called medical experts out there that claim coffee is extremely …

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Dec 01

Fair Trade Holiday Gift Guide From

green mountain coffee has come up with a great guide for this holiday season. This season you can make every purchase matter by giving a gift that keeps on giving. Just look for the Fair Trade Certified label to help spread holiday cheer not only to your loved ones, but also to farmers and workers around the world. …

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Jun 29

Greening up Your Coffee Drinking

beans to espresso

Curious about one of the very easiest ways to go greener every single day? It’s simple: just forego your morning coffee & tea. Okay, okay. So I wake up at 5:15 every day too and that’s just not altogether feasible, nor enjoyable for that matter. However, it does have a pretty big carbon impact and …

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Feb 04

From Organic to Fair-Trade, to…Carbon Negative?

First it was organic, then it was fair-trade, and now coffee roasters are looking for new ways to be more sustainable. Pioneering a new path is coffee company, Tiny Footprint Coffee. However, rather than solely focusing on the sustainability of the coffee (that’s VERY important too), we’ve chosen a new path – one that incorporates …

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Oct 27

Reusing Coffee Grounds

Coffee: one of your dearest friends. It greets you warmly in the morning and gives you the extra pep you need on your life-long mission to save the planet. You’ve recycled paper and plastic, shopped at thrift stores and used your canvas tote for groceries all before you’ve consumed your third cup. You’re not alone …

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