Roger Jeynes Apple Inc.
Reports To ask less of the planet, we ask more of ourselves. We strive to create products that are the best in the world and the best for the world.
And we continue to make progress toward our environmental priorities. Creating the next innovation in recycling with Daisy, our newest disassembly robot. And leading the industry in making our materials safer for people and for the earth.
All our facilities worldwide — including offices, retail stores, and data centers — are now powered entirely by clean energy. We go further than most companies in measuring our entire carbon footprint, including manufacturing and product use.
Our new headquarters gets most of its renewable power from onsite solar panels and biogas fuel cells, and it can even provide energy to the public grid.
Apple Park, Cupertino, California Our investments in renewable energy have measurably reduced our overall carbon footprint. Our supplier Ibiden has one of the largest floating solar projects in the world.
Resources Making the most of using the least. Like recovering more of the high-quality materials in your old devices to make new products. Through more efficient recycling technologies and other innovations, we hope that one day we can stop mining the earth altogether.
We design for durability, so our products are better for the customer and for the environment. In our Reliability Testing Lab, one of the tests uses a weighted pendulum that simulates a swinging arm hitting Apple Watch against a hard object. Plastic liners from films that protect iPhone are recycled into trays for use in a later phase of production.
Inour U. Safer Materials Safer for people. And for the planet.
We lead the industry in reducing or eliminating the harmful substances commonly used in electronics. So the materials we use are safer for the environment, the people who make our products, and the people who use them. We were pioneers in removing PVC from our power cords, cables, and headphones, which makes them safer to recycle.
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We require our suppliers to comply with our Regulated Substances Specification, which defines restrictions on hundreds of chemicals and substances.Social impact Guardian sustainable business Changing the world: what Motown, Apple have in common And sometimes, a business' influence is more cultural than financial.
The Social-Ecological Model can help health professionals understand how layers of influence intersect to shape a person's food and physical activity choices. Apple used social identity in an attempt to cultivate an attitude towards its product that would lead to a certain behavior (in this case, purchasing a Mac product).
but if you don’t thoughtfully incorporate elements of social identity theory to address social influence, then you run the risk of, first, doing it wrong or poorly and.
Stakeholder groups impose demands that translate to corporate social responsibilities, which influence firm performance.
In Apple’s case, stakeholders significantly affect the business in terms of customer perception and sales revenues. Apple Park, Cupertino, California Our investments in renewable energy have measurably reduced our overall carbon footprint. To date, we’ve committed $ billion in clean energy and energy efficiency projects like our biogas fuel .
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