Sydney Science Trail 2021 – Case Study: Coffee Production, Pablo + Rusty’s
In celebration of this year’s National Science Week theme Food: Different by Design, we are proud to present this short, on-demand video series for viewing during Sydney Science Trail (14-22 August 2021) exploring how science-based sustainability approaches can make a huge impact in food supplies, as well as making good business sense.
Sydney based coffee roaster and wholesaler Pablo & Rusty’s are firmly focused on sustainability and good stewardship to ensure their industry has a long and bright future. The team are working on solutions to environmental impact at the farm, factory and café level. Pablo and Rusty’s have moved beyond sustainability as a buzz word to achieve both B Corp and Carbon Neutral Certification. At Pablo and Rusty’s, innovation is encouraged and supported and the team apply a rigorous scientific approach to at every level of their operation utilising the latest technology, software and equipment to maximise efficiencies and minimise impact.
Case Study: Coffee Production, Pablo + Rusty’s is a short on-demand video series including 4 x 5 minute videos available during Sydney Science Trail.
Proudly presented by STEM Industry School Partnership and supported by Sydney Science Trail: Education. Sydney Science Trail is delivered as a collaborative partnership between the Australian Museum and The Royal Botanic Gardens Sydney in celebration of National Science Week 2021.
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This video series requires internet access and is streamed via Vimeo.
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