'Salmon Gold': Apple promises to embrace fish-friendly gold mining

Madeleine Cuff
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A bar of 'Salmon Gold' gold | Credit: Apple
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A bar of 'Salmon Gold' gold | Credit: Apple

Technology giant will source gold for its gadgets from miners registered under the Salmon Gold partnership, which combines mining with habitat protection for wild salmon

Apple has promised to source gold for its electronic products from miners registered under the Salmon Gold partnership, a scheme where miners open up old mining sites to search for gold and in the process...

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