Innovation at every step.

Our commitment to becoming carbon neutral by 2030 drives everything we do. Every Apple product will be made with clean energy and even more recycled and renewable materials. Because the earth won’t wait, and neither will we.

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More recycled materials. More reasons to?love.

Plug into a cleaner grid.

Using electricity from renewable sources to?make Apple Products

Aluminum with an edge.

MacBook Air showing aluminum enclosure

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Innovation means thinking inside the?box.

Side view of an unopened iPhone 14 box

Recycled vibes only.

Daisy can?take?it from?here.

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You’re part of this, too.

Good for you.
Good for the?planet.

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Designed with the earth in mind.

Learn more about the progress of your Apple devices with our product environmental?reports.

Closer to carbon neutral.

We’re already carbon neutral across our corporate operations and are on the way to making carbon neutral products by 2030. Learn more about our latest efforts to reduce our remaining carbon footprint, fight?climate change, and support?equity.

View the 2023 Environmental Progress Report (PDF)

Additional Reports and?Resources

Smarter Chemistry

Apple has a rigorous program to ensure the safety of chemicals used in our products. Learn about Apple’s strict standards, detailed toxicological assessments, and methodology for assessing chemicals of?concern.

Climate Change

Climate change is a defining issue of our time. Our goal is to achieve carbon neutrality by 2030. Below are detailed updates on our?progress.

Read Apple’s 2022 CDP Climate Change response (PDF)

People and Environment in Our Supply Chain

We hold ourselves and our suppliers to the highest standards of labor and human rights, health and safety in the workplace, environmental practices, and the responsible sourcing of?materials.

Visit the Supplier Responsibility?site

Frequently Asked Questions

Find answers to common questions about Apple and the?environment.

Read the FAQs

More from Apple on the environment.