Apple's Lisa Jackson announced today that it is investing in a project to restore and protect mangrove in Colombia's 27,000 acres of forest. Fast Company Jackson, vice president of Apple's environmental, policy and social initiatives, announced today at the Global Climate Action Summit in San Francisco.
In this project, Apple will work to protect and repair mangroves in 27,000 acres of forests on the coast of Colombia. Mr. Jackson says that mangroves can store ten times more carbon than forests on the ground.
"These forests are one of the most important tools of nature in the fight against climate change and are important because they can absorb and store ten times more carbon than the forest on the ground, The social initiative told the audience at the Global Climate Action Summit held in San Francisco today.
In addition, Jackson advocated Apple's commitment to clean energy and said there was no contradiction between healthy planet and sound conclusion.
Jackson Jackson told the audience of the "World Climate Action Summit", "I am here to explicitly tell you there is no contradiction between healthy planet and healthy bottom line." "This is a false preference and we have to reject it."
Conservation International 's CEO, M. Sanjayan, Apple is tying up for this project explained that terminating mangrove destruction is one of the biggest things you can do to combat climate change.
Mangrove trees have the highest carbon stocks in all habitats on the planet, "said M. Sanjayan, CEO of Conservation International, a partnership with Apple in the project . "If you really want to change the world thermostat lifetime, ending the destruction of mangroves and restoring them is one of the biggest things you can do."
Jackson raised the stage to admire the company 's commitment to leave it much better than Apple' s September event discovered the planet. Apple recently announced $ 300 million China Clean Energy Fund.
"There is no contradiction between a healthy planet and a healthy bottom line, which is a wrong choice and must be dismissed. @ lisapjackson Everyone at Apple is working to preserve the earth for future generations. GCAS 2018 pic.twitter.com/ROzmmrLB x P
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