Company says that following 'rigorous testing' it is satisfied it can safely re-introduce reusable cup service across its EMEA branches as coronavirus lockdowns ease
Danone, Unilever, Mercedes-Benz, Maersk, Wipro and Natura & Co among founding members of corporate drive to share expertise in setting science-based climate targets
CEO Kevin Johnson outlines major new sustainability strategy for the coffee giant, promising tough environmental targets will 'create greater value for all stakeholders'
The London facilities are part of a total of 12 recycling projects across the UK being funded by Starbuck's voluntary 5p charge on single-use coffee cups
Starbucks is experimenting with fresh ways of encouraging its customers to order their coffee in a reusable rather than disposable cup
Specialist recycling facilities for paper cups will be introduced in around 70 locations thanks to funding from Starbucks' 5p cup charge
Coffee chain teams up with environmental charity Hubbub in bid to prevent 7,000 disposable coffee cups from going to waste at the airport over the next month
The coffee chain is producing enough energy through PPAs to power 3,000 of its stores in the US
Proceeds from the Bond will be used to support ethical coffee farming in its supply chain and green energy measures at 10,000 of its global stores
Environmental charity Hubbub has partnered with Starbucks to launch a £1m fund to develop recycling infrastructure for paper cups
But Greenpeace says new recyclable and compostable cups still rely on 'throwaway model'
Hubbub reveals plans to use funding from Starbucks disposable cup charge to launch second 'plastic fishing' boat made from recycled plastic
Coffee giant reveals London trial more than doubled use of reusable cups
Coffee chain teams up with The Allotments & Gardens Council UK to find a new home for used coffee grounds
Preliminary results from Starbucks trial suggests charging customers extra for takeaway cups is an effective way to change behaviour
Coffee chain giant is now charging London coffee drinkers five pence more for a takeaway cup
Coffee giant has agreed to charge customers in selected London branches an extra five pence for a disposable cup as part of trial to cut waste
It's been a year since the coffee giant issued the first bond of its kind. What's the effect on the marketplace, and what's next?