Tea diplomacy: Why major tea brands are calling for ambitious climate action at COP26

Michael Holder
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Tea is the most widely consumed drink worldwide, after water
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Tea is the most widely consumed drink worldwide, after water

Twinings, PG Tips, Tetley and the Fairtrade Foundation voice concerns about the impact of climate change on their growers in response to Christian Aid study

The humble cup of tea is an institution in Britain, and if that sounds clichéd or a hackneyed stereotype, the statistics are hard to argue with. Tea remains the most popular hot beverage in the UK, with...

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