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- Apple's VP of Environment has been speaking during the ARPA-E 2021 Innovation Summit.
- Jackson covered a range of topics including clean electricity.
Apple Vice President of Environment, Policy, and Social Initiatives, Lisa Jackson has been speaking during the ARPA-E 2021 Innovation Summit and covered a range of topics, including Apple's support for the Clean Electricity Standard.
As reported by Forbes, the conversation was part of a fireside chat in which Jackson told Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm that Apple was already carbon neutral for the entire company's corporate emissions.
Forbes offers up some highlights from the chat between the pair.
Jackson also took the opportunity to announce the launch of a new Impact Accelerator (opens in new tab), too. It's a program "for Black- and Brown-owned businesses," Apple says.
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