Neither tea or coffee is better than the other when it comes to environmental impact they have. What matters is how much water you boil to make any of the two products.
Here are the carbon footprints (the total amount of greenhouse gas emissions produced) of some examples of coffee and tea:
So if you drink four cups of black tea a day, you are producing 30kg of CO2e a year. The carbon footprint also increases if you use milk in your drink.
The best way to reduce the carbon dioxide emissions is to only boil as much water as you need, and to put less milk in your coffee and tea.
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