Lisa Jackson Joins Apple, Praised by Greenpeace

Former Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Lisa Jackson expressed her excitement about her new role at Apple in a communication sent to Politico on Wednesday. She will be overseeing the tech giant’s comprehensive environmental strategies.

Jackson shared her admiration for Apple’s environmental policies, stating, “Apple’s dedication to sustainability is deeply impressive.

I am eager to contribute to their ongoing initiatives aimed at environmental protection. Their efforts range from eliminating harmful substances in their products to integrating renewable energy solutions in their operations, setting new standards for the industry.

I am looking forward to both supporting their current projects and spearheading new ones that will further our commitment to the planet.”

The announcement that Jackson would be joining Apple was initially revealed by Apple CEO Tim Cook during an interview at the AllThingsD conference, as reported by TUAW.

Environmental organization Greenpeace, which has previously criticized Apple for its environmental practices, praised the appointment. Gary Cook, a senior IT analyst at Greenpeace, commented in an official blog post, “Apple’s decision to hire Lisa Jackson is a significant step forward.

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