- Jul 31, 2021
Apple finally has taken a step ahead as it proceeds to structure upcoming productions focusing on the notion of environment sustainable program thereby, eradicating its carbon footprint and committing to carbon-neutral centric endeavor by 2030.
Global Corporate Operations have already been pre-constructing a carbon-free plan for Apple and recently the company is inclined to harness this, idolizing on planet earth’s sustainability as a common concern. In the present press release, Apple CEO, Tim Cook mentions:
The innovations powering our environmental journey are not only good for the planet – they’ve helped us make our products more energy-efficient and bring new sources of clean energy online around the world. Climate action can be the foundation for a new era of innovative potential, job creation, and durable economic growth. With our commitment to carbon neutrality, we hope to be a ripple in the pond that creates a much larger change.
Environment Progress Report mentions Apple planning to reduce carbon emission by 75% and the rest 25% is to be put under carbon removal solutions. In order to demonstrate this proposition, Apple will be establishing an Impact Accelerator, a part of Racial Equity and Justice Relative, which will further help to invest in the minority-owned businesses and bring forth their effort into creating positive outcomes in its supply chains.
Apple will be adopting recyclable materials to embed them into their products and reuse them for energy consumption.
Material Recovery Lab in Austin which had been focusing on renewable technology will further collaborate with Carnegie Mellon University to further develop better engineering solutions to take their approach a step ahead.
Apple also seems to identify solutions to decrease the usage of energy resources which will eventually decrease the production cost as well. In fact, Apple will be launching one of the largest new solar arrays in Scandinavia, as well as two new projects providing power to underserved communities in the Philippines and Thailand.
A world that is slowly getting obscured underneath the disrupting layers of carbon and other hazardous pollutants, it is quite an implementation by a globally renowned company like Apple to bring about a radical change into their modern technology that not only prevents a rapid speed of polluting agents but intensifies the idea of environmental sustainability.
By now Apple has collaborated with The Conservation Fund, the World Wildlife Fund, and Conservation International and succeeded into ‘restoring degraded savannas in Kenya and a vital mangrove ecosystem in Colombia, as well as managed over 1 million acres of forest land in China, the US, Colombia, and Kenya.