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I’ve always preferred bars, have converted the rest finally
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WAKEcup Jan 16
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Brian's Coffee Spot Jan 12
One for the road. A last flat white from in my before I leave Phoenix and head east into the coffee-less wastes...
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WAKEcup Jan 12
I can / should reduce the amount of meat in my diet for a whole range of reasons
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WAKEcup Jan 11
It looks like I’ve replaced you with a little known cafe. Hmm 🤔
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WAKEcup Jan 11
We’re recording two new “WAKEcup and smell the coffee” podcasts on the 25th Jan with and and a special guest from . Are there any environmental topics (global or UK specific) that you’re particularly interested in and would like us to cover?
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United Nations Jan 6
Meet the Mongolian women who have found a unique way to , while also addressing chronic unemployment among older women.
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WAKEcup Jan 6
Barred soap is back as Brits avoid plastic bottles
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WAKEcup Jan 5
The wonder of nature, take some time today to stop and enjoy your natural environment wherever you are on the planet. Ella from our Brighton team says if you put all these shells up to…
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WAKEcup Jan 4
Start Your Own Zero-Waste Community
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WAKEcup Jan 3
Early start this morning and it’s properly freeeezing! On the upside, it’s the perfect opportunity to introduce you to one of our fav small drinks brands....Cupsmith is very much a family…
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WAKEcup Jan 2
If you’ve been on a beach clean, you’ll know that plastic straws are one of the items you find the most. That’s partly due to their small size and partly due to the huge numbers - billions…
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WAKEcup Dec 31
Episode 2 of WAKEcup and smell the coffee “Deadliest species on the planet” explores the 6th mass extinction that we’re currently going through. A ⁦⁩ report suggests we’ve lost 60% of species since 1970.
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WAKEcup Dec 31
Some excellent news to end the year with from The Wildlife Trust, who have just conducted their first review of marine life in the British Isles - and concluded there is much to be…
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WAKEcup Dec 29
Over 7 Billion single-use plastic bottles are purchased in the U.K. each year, many of which find their way into our shared oceans🐙. As a London business there’s two initiatives we are…
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WAKEcup Dec 28
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WAKEcup Dec 26
Getting involved in 2019 would make a fab New Year's Resolution.
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WAKEcup Dec 23
Interested in the environment our shared oceans and what steps we as consumers, big business and government should be doing to preserve for it for future generations? Check out our…
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WAKEcup Dec 20
Last minute pressie ideas required? We guarantee delivery on all our UK orders made before 3pm on Friday.
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WAKEcup Dec 20
Replying to @TheBlowfish
What’s for main?
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