Apple has been making it clear that the environment is a major focal point for the company for quite some time. Back in July of last year, for instance, it restated its goal to have the entire supply chain be 100% carbon neutral by 2030. And, today, Apple's using a video to make that promise again.
Supporting young filmmakers is an important endeavor, giving them the means to launch short films to tell their stories. The Redford Center is teaming up with Apple this year to help with that.
Apple today said it's advanced its self-imposed 2030 carbon neutral goal by investing in the world’s largest onshore wind turbines in Denmark and new clean energy efforts in Germany.
Apple today shared a new video on its YouTube channel that focuses on climate change and the company's own efforts to eliminate its whole carbon footprint before the next decade ends.
The next Apple Watch Activity challenge will celebrate the upcoming World Environment Day.
Apple has made its environmental impact a major focal point over the years, and, as such, it typically gets awarded with titles and what not for its actions all across the globe.
One of Apple's biggest projects is reducing its overall impact on the earth, making decisions that are more environmentally friendly in the long run.
Tim Cook on Saturday delivered a speech commencement address to Tulane University graduates at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans. In his speech, the Apple CEO used some thought-provoking ideas to inspire students. In one instance, he urged grads to "push back" against algorithms that promote the "things you already know, believe or like".
In the lead up to Earth Day next Monday, Apple today released the 2019 Environmental Responsibility Report with detailed information on its climate change solutions. Apple.com was also updated today with a banner image linked to the report.
Apple announced today that it's quadrupled the number of locations in the United States where customers can send their iPhone for recycling. Additionally, Apple's opened a new facility in Austin, Texas dedicated to discovering future recycling processes.
Apple today announced 44 of its suppliers have committed to using 100 percent renewable energy in their production of its gadgets as the Cupertino giant spent $2.5 billion in green bonds on environmental initiatives, the largest amount of any US corporation.
Apple yesterday released a pair of short 10-second videos through its official US and UK YouTube channels. The first clip promotes a variety of styles and colors provided by the new Spring-themed Apple Watch bands and the other highlights Apple's environmental efforts seen through the lens of the final assembly of an iPhone.