Here’s what Apple CEO Tim Cook told the UN Climate Change Summit on December 12 when he explained how the company intends meeting climate change targets fast.
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Marking five long years since the international Paris climate agreement, Apple CEO Tim Cook will speak at the United Nations Climate Ambition Summit on December 12.
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“As technology speeds over and over again and jobs are disrupted and jobs are created, we have to make sure our education is preparing people for the disruption and the creation,” says Tim Cook.
“I sort of I think of this as the third phase in getting back to normal, and we’re in phase three of the ramp mode.”
“We have to meet today’s enduring injustices with the enduring commitment to equality that [Birmingham, Alabama] has long embodied, says Cook.