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  • Date 13 March 2024
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Apple expands innovative Restore Fund with TSMC and Murata

Climate Asset Management is managing the $80 million extension of the Restore Fund in addition to Apple's initial commitment of $200 million announced in 2023. Opening up Apple's Restore Fund to its supply chain offers suppliers a new source of nature-based carbon removal projects, allowing them to address residual emissions as they decarbonise their operations. .

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Martin Berg, CEO


“We are delighted that Murata and TSMC have become partners in Apple’s Restore Fund. To have the commitment of established global organisations is a validation of our focus and approach. We are thrilled to be supporting them on their work to achieve climate goals.”


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