Coffee Infographic Friday: The comparative water use of different substance

Coffee is not the most environmentally friendly drink out there – especially when you’re considering the water used to produce it.

From the Economist:

“A cup of coffee, for example, needs a great deal more water than that poured into the pot. According to a new book on the subject, 1,120 litres of water go into producing a single litre of the beverage, once growing the beans, packaging and so on are measured.”

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