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Technology Tim Cook reminds us about Apple's sustainability efforts

14:11  22 october  2019
14:11  22 october  2019 Source:   cnet.com

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Over the past month, Apple has been touting its environmental and sustainability goals and accomplishments. Apple CEO Tim Cook continued the company’ s work this evening, serving as the keynote speaker at the Ceres 30th Anniversary Gala in New York City. Ecobee HomeKit Thermostat.

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Apple boss Tim Cook highlighted his company's efforts on climate change in a Monday night speech at the 30th anniversary celebration for Ceres, a nonprofit that promotes sustainable energy, in New York.

Tim Cook in a blue shirt: Tim Cook, seen earlier this year, talked up Apple's work in combating climate change Monday night. James Martin/CNET © Provided by CBS Interactive Inc. Tim Cook, seen earlier this year, talked up Apple's work in combating climate change Monday night. James Martin/CNET

He reminded us that devices like the iPhone 11 are made up the "highest-quality 100% recycled aluminum alloy ever" and noted the efforts of Lisa Jackson, who led the Environmental Protection Agency under President Barack Obama and has led Apple's environmental policy since 2013.

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Tim Cook is Apple ’ s CEO and a member of Apple ’ s executive leadership team. He also headed Apple ’ s Macintosh division and played a key role in the continued development of strategic reseller and supplier relationships, ensuring flexibility in response to an increasingly demanding marketplace.

Tim Cook gave the keynote speech at the Ceres 30th Anniversary Gala in New York City on Monday night. Ceres is a sustainability nonprofit Ceres is a sustainability nonprofit organization, and Cook was invited to share Apple ' s outlook on the future of sustainable energy.

Tim Cook wearing a blue shirt: Tim Cook, seen earlier this year, talked up Apple's work in combating climate change Monday night. © CNET

Tim Cook, seen earlier this year, talked up Apple's work in combating climate change Monday night.

"If we can change the world with the devices we make, then we ought to be able to change the course of climate destruction worldwide," Cook said.

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