Apple teams up with World Wildlife Fund to expand forest conservation in China

Since 2006, Apple has publicly tracked its efforts to reduce the environmental impact of its manufacturing processes, including reducing greenhouse gas emissions, eliminating toxic chemicals from its hardware products, switching to renewable energy for its data centers and much more. Now, Apple is teaming up with the World Wildlife Fund in a multi-year effort to save China’s forests and make that country’s manufacturing facilities greener. Apple today announced that it is expanding its conservation initiatives in China in a effort to protect some 1 million acres of managed working forests that provide fiber for pulp, paper and wood products. It also announced…

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