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  • Jesse Weinberg
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14 people think this is good

  • Jesse Weinberg
  • Anaïs Alexandre
  • Nathalie Szegner
  • glen.benner
  • Lindsay
  • Hannah Wasserman
  • Protect Our Winters
  • Annie Kuo

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  • glen.benner

    The more I learn about Starbucks the more my respect grows. It is true they have a long way to go but the fact they even care says a lot, in my opinion anyways. They are cemented in our society, the money is going to come in regardless of their environmental ethics. I appreciate the fact they are not just sitting back and counting their profits.

  • Rsm Lrb

    how could starbuck's ever be 'local'?

    • Hillary Newman

      I think Starbucks has a long way to go to truly be considered local, but this new pilot program is a good start. According to this article, these structures will be LEED certified, which means that building materials will be sourced within 500 miles.