Nespresso’s coffee sourcing makes up the first significant non-oil export from South Sudan, but a lack of transparency creates challenges

Luxury coffee brand Nespresso has big sustainability challenges, which no amount of smooth talking from George Clooney can charm away. Its single-use pods have come under fire from environmentalists, and were last year banned by the city of Hamburg. Although the pods use an energy-intensive and polluting resource, aluminium,...

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