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Apple launches $200 million fund for climate change – The Verge

The Restore Fund, part of the company’s larger climate effort, will invest in forest properties that are managed to increase carbon removal and produce timber,…

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Its part of the companys plans to become carbon neutral by 2030
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Apple has created a $200 million fund to invest in forestry projects to help remove carbon from the atmosphere while also generating financial returns for its investors, the company said Thursday. The Restore Fund will invest in forest properties that are managed to increase carbon removal and produce timber. The goal is to remove 1 million metric tons of carbon dioxide annually from the atmosphere….

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