Transparency “one of the biggest beasts that we battle” says Apple retail sustainability lead

Apple is pushing for carbon transparency in the supply chain as it aims to reduce the impact of its stores, claims the tech company’s retail sustainability lead Rebecca Cully in this interview.

Created as the latest “evolution of the Apple Store”, Apple’s recently opened location in Battersea includes several material innovations aimed at reducing the shop’s carbon impact. These were sourced with transparency in mind, according to Cully.

“That transparency piece is one of the biggest beasts that we battle on a regular basis,” she told Dezeen.

“I think that’s a big reason why finding the right partners, not only in the design space but the construction space and the entire

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