Apple, WWF hatch plan to manage China forests


BLOOMBERG: As a part of the company’s environmental initiatives, Apple will work with the World Wildlife Fund to manage forests in China.

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BLOOMBERG: As a part of the company’s environmental initiatives, Apple will work with the World Wildlife Fund to manage forests in China.

Apple is funding the five-year project, to be managed by the global charity, to plant trees and implement environmental standards that use less land and water — and produce less pollution — to make paper, they said in separate statements.

Solar farms in California, hydro-electric turbines in Oregon and data centers in Europe are among environmental projects announced by the world’s most valuable company. Lisa Jackson, the former U.S. Environmental Protection Agency chief who now heads Apple’s green initiatives, is pushing to power company facilities with renewable energy and reduce impact from its supply chain.

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