The giant company Apple will join Conservation International and will work with Goldman Sachs in the effort to remove 1 million metric tons of carbon dioxide from the atmosphere annually.
Apple has announced a partnership with Conservation International and Goldman Sachs to launch $ 200 million in funding to rehabilitate forests and remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere. Apple predicts that they will be able to emit 1 million metric tons of CO2 each year.
This announcement comes as part of Apple's 10-year plan to become carbon neutral - it refers to achieving zero zero carbon emissions that can be achieved by balancing carbon dioxide emissions by removing it or eliminating emissions from society - by 2030.
"Investing in nature can remove coal much more efficiently - and much earlier - than any other current technology," said Conservation International CEO Dr. M. Sanjayan. "We need innovative new approaches that can dramatically reduce emissions."