Apple partnered with Conservation International to protect and restore a 27,000-acre mangrove forest in Cispatá Bay.
Apple CEO Tim Cook shared beautiful photos of nature, all shot on an iPhone, via Twitter to celebrate Earth Day.
Everything we do has an effect on the planet. Research shows that we’re causing devastating damage to the planet by releasing extravagant amounts of CO2 gas into the atmosphere. The only way to jump-start the solution is to take matters into your own hands. The aim is to inform and inspire people to minimize the carbon emissions caused by their energy use. You might not see it, but thousands of pounds of CO2 are being released into the air when you use energy in your home, or drive your car to work every day. The algorithm asks you some questions about your energy lifestyle and gives you a unique carbon footprint score. It determines which power plants your energy comes from and identifies how much CO2 they produce. It also knows how much CO2 your car produces, so it tallies those up to give you a good idea of how much CO2 your energy use produces. App Store: Free
2019 Earth Day falls on April 22, and we have a few details on the Activity Challenge Apple is preparing for the event.