reduce your match footprint with an edible coffee cup

An interesting article on how we can all reduce our carbon footprint on match days:

"If you are going to eat meat, then fish, chicken or pork is better than beef or lamb - like going for a hot dog rather than a burger."

"A shirt made from polyester - as most football shirts are - has more than double the carbon footprint of one made from cotton (5.5kg of carbon dioxide per shirt compared to 2.1kg)."

"Non-league Whitehawk have a kit made from recycled plastic bottles, while several rugby teams - including Harlequins, Leinster and Munster - have shirts made from recycled ocean plastic."

"Manchester City have trialled edible coffee cups."

The full article: