Apple has announced the next phase of their plans to protect the world’s environment. The iPhone maker is partnering with the World Wildlife Fund in China to create sustainable forests from which the company will source wood to become product packaging. This is similar to the efforts Apple has begun in the United States, with the recent purchase of 36,000 acres of forest land in Maine and North Carolina. By taking control of the source of raw materials, Apple hopes to keep a handle on carbon emissions throughout the manufacturing process.
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Apple partnering with World Wildlife Fund in China to create sustainable forests