Apple tells the EPA why cutting the Clean Power Plan is a bad move
The Verge -------- Apple is pushing back against the Environmental Protection Agency’s proposal to repeal the Clean Power Plan. The company filed a public comment with the EPA today arguing that scrapping the policy, which calls for cutting power plant pollution, would dull the United States’ competitive edge in the clean energy economy. Apple’s comment on the repeal proposal is the first one from a company, according to Reuters. In a copy of the filing that Apple shared with The Verge, Apple calls the fight against climate change a “moral and environmental imperative that also makes good business sense.” To learn more click on the picture below to read the article.