Maven Environmental Challenge

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In 2020, after announcing their corporate operations were officially carbon neutral, Apple pledged to make their products carbon neutral by 2030. To achieve this goal, they set their emissions for 2015 (38.4 million metric tons CO2e) as the baseline and will aim to reduce them by 75% by 2030. The remaining 25% of gross emissions (9.6 million metric tons CO2e) will be removed using carbon offsets, bringing the net emissions to 0.

But is it possible? The company is getting bigger and will this prevent them from achieving their goal?

How did Apple reduce emissions and what are their sources?

To know whether it is possible to achieve the goal, let's check what it has looked like so far.

So, is it possible to achieve the zero emission goal?

Let's look at the projected CO2 emissions. It looks like Apple is able to achieve the goal.


Apple is one of the fastest growing companies in the world. It increases its revenue and value from year to year. To keep up with demand, it constantly increases its employment. What is important is that at the same time, some people have not forgotten about becoming a company that cares about the environment.

In the years 2015 - 2022, CO2 emissions were significantly reduced. Scope 2, which comes from purchased energy, has been almost completely eliminated. The largest source of emissions is production and this is where the greatest emission reductions have been achieved.

The goal set for 2030 is achievable. The remaining 25% of gross emissions (around 10 million metric tons CO2) will be removed using carbon offsets, bringing the net emissions to 0.

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