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GreenMoney Interview Series: "The Apple Interview"

Featuring Jacky Haynes, Senior Director of Supplier Responsibility at Apple being interviewed by Bennett Freeman, former Senior VP for Sustainability Research and Policy at Calvert Investments

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Introduction by Bennett Freeman, who was the Senior Vice President for Sustainability Research and Policy at Calvert Investments for nine years from April 2006 through April 2015.

Is Apple Building Trust for Apple Pay Though Climate Change Action?

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By Carol Pierson Holding

At the Apple earnings call last week, CEO Tim Cook reported Apple’s latest record-breaking results and the strongest March quarter ever, with 27% revenue growth and 40% earnings growth year over year.

The Business Case for Social Leadership: Companies Protest Indiana and Arkansas Laws - The Minute

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Protests against laws in Indiana and Arkansas that could allow discrimination against gay couples are coming from a broad spectrum of the business community. Tech companies like Apple, Salesforce.com, Twitter, Yelp, and Square, not known for their public engagement with social issues, have spoken out against the laws. Business-as-usual NASCAR and the NCAA, which is headquartered in Indianapolis, have voiced their concern. Eli Lilly and Angie’s List, both also headquartered in Indianapolis, have announced their opposition.

Apple Takes Initiative in Verifying Smelters for Approaching Conflict Minerals Reporting Deadline

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The world's second largest technology company, Apple, has acknowledged that the best way to ensure a conflict free supply chain is by having a process to verify the smelters in their supply chain as conflict-free.

Panel: Closing the LGBT Gap in the Tech Industry

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Originally posted on Bloomberg Now.

Last week, Bloomberg assembled a panel of leaders from the Bay Area’s Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) community for a discussion around the tech industry’s opportunity to be more inclusive and diverse.

Center for Resource Solutions Announces 2014 Green Power Leadership Award Winners

Awards to be presented during Renewable Energy Markets 2014 in Sacramento, CA. Apple Inc., SMUD, White House CEQ to receive top honors
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SAN FRANCISCO, CA, November 19, 2014 /3BL Media/ — Center for Resource Solutions (CRS) will recognize four organizations and two individuals for their role in building and shaping the market for renewable energy over the past year.

Guest Post: Top U.S. Companies Increasingly Turning to Solar Energy

What do Walmart, Costco and Apple have in common besides selling cell phones and computers? These iconic brands, and many others like them, are all investing big in solar energy.
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Today, 129 million Americans – more than 40 percent of our nation’s entire population – live within 20 miles of a solar-powered business.  And that number has doubled since 2012.

Did you know that Apple is generating enough solar electricity to power 30 million iPhones?  Or that Fed-Ex’s savings from solar is the equivalent of delivering 15 million packages?

Harley-Davidson Signals Climate Change is Mainstream

By Carol Pierson Holding
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What is going to solve climate change? To borrow terms from technology, a distributed solution is underway that has moved along the technology adoption curve and is already entering the mainstream. 

Tech Companies Lead in Move to Renewable Energy - The Minute

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If the Internet was a country, its electricity use would rank sixth highest in the world. That huge power demand, and the potential to drive a renewable energy solution to its sourcing is the basis for Greenpeace’s report on tech companies that are moving toward one hundred percent renewable energy to power the Internet. For the report, Clicking Clean: How Internet Companies are Creating the Green internet, Greenpeace has evaluated 19 tech companies, including a review of over 300 data centers that make up their electricity supply chains.

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