My Coffee Melts Glaciers or…. you could commit suicide when making coffee
And I quote:
Science Man, is it true that the greatest release of carbon with regards to my morning coffee is due to the process of heating the water? How can I still be green with this addiction?
I don’t know but it would seem to me that we can tend to go a bit over-board. But then again, I also quote:
Even in comparison to the carbon released in transporting coffee, heating the water for and keeping the coffee hot attributes to a much greater release of carbon.
Good Grief Charlie Brown… that is disturbing. I have to have hot coffee damn it. What are your thoughts on the “Green Addiction” ?
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