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As per the GHG Protocol, emissions
are classified into 3 categories

Scope 1

    Emission are direct greenhouse gas (GHC) emissions that occur from sources controlled owned by an organisation (e.g., emissions associated with fuel combustion in boilers, furnaces, and vehicles).


Scope 2

    Emissions are the indirect emissions a company makes - such as when the electricity or energy it buys for heating and cooling buildings is being produced on its behalf



Scope 1

    Emissions include all emissions outside the control of the company but linked to its operations (excluding scope 2), including manufacturing, raw material extraction, and processing. The majority of total corporate the emissions come from scope 3

While fully eliminating carbon emissions across all scopes (1, 2, and 3) remains a complex challenge for companies, a growing number are committed to significant reductions and innovative solutions to shrink their environmental footprint.

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Explore how Apple is tackling carbon emissions in IT infrastructure At Conquer, we feel immense pride and satisfaction in partnering with companies that value sustainability. Our collaboration with Apple transcends innovative technology; it s a synergy of shared values. Explore how Apple s relentless pursuit of innovation aligns seamlessly with their dedication to preserving our planet. And how we can help significantly reduce your companywide carbon emissions, which is a high-priority SDG (Sustainable Development Goal) identified by many organizations.

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Climate Change

Apple has set a goal to become carbon neutral across its entire footprint by 2030. The company aims to achieve this by reducing emissions by 75 percent compared to 2015 and then investing in carbon removal solutions for the remaining emissions

Resources

Apple aims to make products and packaging using only recycled or renewable materials. Simultaneously, the company is commited to stewarding water resources and sending zero waste to landfill

Smarter Chemistry

Through chemistry innovation and rigorous controls, Apple designs its products to be safe for anyone who assembles, uses, or recycles themand to be better for the environment

Apple's commitment to the environment and sustainability

Since 2020, Apple has been carbon-neutral for its
corporate operations.

Now, they are working towards achieving 100% carbon neutrality

by

2023