Apple has released a new report that shows how the company has begun to spend the money it took in February last year on the release of so-called green bonds. The report is valid until the end of September (the end of Apple's fiscal year).
Green Bonds works like other corporate bonds, except that all the money will go to various efforts to reduce its environmental impact. Apple pulled the equivalent of SEK 13.5 billion on their bonds, and has so far spent almost four billion.
Of these, almost half went to building "green" buildings. 30 percent went to renewable energy, 17 percent to energy efficiency, and the rest on other projects recycling and safer materials.
One of the first projects funded with the money, Liam, Apple's new robot that picks apart the old iPhones recycling.