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Did you know that in the Netherlands, more than two Olympic-sized swimming pools worth of coffee is consumed every day? That's 260 liters per person per year! However, the coffee industry is responsible for emitting 60 million tons of CO2 annually, which is a significant contributor to climate change. In this episode of the Dutch educational TV show Schoolte, the presenter meets with Carble's CTO Sander Reuderink, who wants to make the coffee industry more sustainable. They discuss the less glamorous side of coffee production, such as deforestation and the carbon footprint of the industry. They also explore sustainable ways of growing coffee, such as using small-scale coffee farmers in countries like Ethiopia who grow their coffee in the shade of the canopy. This video highlights the importance of sustainability in the coffee industry and shows how small changes can make a big difference.
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SchoolTV is a Dutch television program designed for educational purposes. The show is specifically tailored for children and young adults, providing them with a wide range of educational content that complements their school curriculum. Each episode covers a different topic, from science and math to history and geography, offering an engaging and interactive way for students to learn. With expert presenters, fun animations, and engaging visuals, SchoolTV aims to make learning both informative and entertaining. Find the full item on the Schooltv website here (in Dutch).