Apple first promised a mining-free future back in 2017, saying it planned to eventually create all its devices from 100% recycled materials.
The company said at the time that it didn’t yet know how to achieve this, and experts today point to some of the challenges the company will face along the way to this grand vision …
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Apple has announced a partnership with non-profit organization Dream Corps, working to expand its #YesWeCode initiative.
Apple has highlighted the success story of a former Marine, who was one of the first graduates of the program ahead of Apple’s involvement …
A new report today from Motherboard takes a look at the quickly escalating problem of electronics waste. It has now become the fastest-growing stream of waste in the world, with discarded devices’ raw materials currently being valued at $62.5 billion. While Apple has admirable goals like finding a way to stop mining the earth, does it have a responsibility to take more action now?
Announced at the World Economic Forum in Davos, the World Business Council for Sustainable Development has some ideas on accelerating progress.
As the annual World Economic Forum meeting in Davos, Switzerland continues, Apple CEO Tim Cook today met with Czech Republic Prime Minister Andrej Babiš. Amidst discussion of progress in the Czech economy and advancements in artificial intelligence, the Prime Minister suggested Apple establish an official retail location in the country’s capital of Prague.