Apple raises money for International Conservation by promoting Apple Pay Earth Day

Apple has announced its latest Apple Pay promotion, this time on the occasion of Earth Day. Apple says it will donate $ 1 to Conservation International from now until Earth Day, which is April 22, for every Apple Pay transaction made on Apple’s website, through the Apple Store app, or to Apple Stores.

By April 22, Apple will donate $ 1 for each purchase made through Apple Pay on, through the Apple Store app, or in the Apple Store. Donations are limited to a maximum of one million dollars. The donation goes to Conservation International.

Apple explains the work that Conservation International is doing:

Conservation International works to highlight and ensure the critical benefits that nature provides to humanity. Combining fieldwork with innovation in science, politics and finance, Conservation International has helped protect more than six million square kilometers of land and sea in more than 70 countries.

In an email to Apple Pay customers today, Apple also promoted a handful of sustainable businesses you can shop with using Apple Pay:

  • Allbirds – Shoes and clothing made of materials such as merino wool and eucalyptus.
  • Pela – iPhone cases made from renewable sources such as plants and microorganisms.
  • North Face – a brand of equipment for outdoor use that works on the installation of recycled materials in its products.
  • Lime – Electric scooters and bicycles powered by renewable energy sources such as wind, sun and water.

Again, a $ 1 Conservation International donation for every Apple Pay transaction made on the Apple website, through the Apple Store app, or in the Apple Stores is valid through the Apple 22.

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