'The time for action is now': Apple issues $2.2bn green bond

James Murray
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Daisy, Apple's dissasembly robot,  was one of the projects to which Apple allocated green bond funds in fiscal year 2018 / Credit: Apple
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Daisy, Apple's dissasembly robot, was one of the projects to which Apple allocated green bond funds in fiscal year 2018 / Credit: Apple

Tech giant almost doubles its green bond offering as it seeks to accelerate emission reduction efforts

The record-breaking green bond market received a further boost this week, as Apple announced the issuance of a new $2.2bn green bond offering. The move sees the global tech giant almost double its green...

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