Apple has always been a company that prides itself on its green credentials, so itâ€™s no surprise to see Apple going all out to celebrate Earth Day today, with several different initiatives.
First of all, AppleInsider reports, Apple retail stores around the globe are today sporting an Apple logo with a green leaf. Also, Apple retail store employees have been spotted wearing green shirts complete with green-leaf Apple icon.
But aside from these cosmetic touches to celebrate the day, AppleInsider reports that Apple has also launched some important practical initiatives this week, starting with its new â€œBetterâ€ campaign, which was kicked off yesterday by the release of a short video in which Tim Cook talked about the way in which Apple helps not just the environment, but also health issues around the world.
To illustrated Cookâ€™s comments, Apple also launched a new environmental responsibility section on the official Apple website, highlighting the companyâ€™s efforts to recycle hardware and use renewable energy at its data centers, corporate offices, and retail stores.
And finally, to round up the Earth Day Apple News, AppleInsider reports that Apple has also announced that it is expanding its Apple hardware recycling initiative to include any Apple product that has been bought in an Apple retail store.
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