Starbucks stalls on energy and recycling goals - slashes water use

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Latest sustainability report confirms company on track to cut water use by a quarter by 2015

Starbucks has made strides in the past year to use to less water and serve ethically-sourced coffee, but lagged on using less energy and adding recycling to stores. The coffee giant's progress and stumbles,...

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