Since 2018, tech giant Apple has been working with the Malala Fund to support the fund’s efforts to provide education for girls around the world.
At Web Summit on Friday, Apple’s vice president for environment, policy and social initiatives, Lisa Jackson, met with activist and Nobel Peace Prize winner Malala Yousafzai to announce a new area of research the Malala Fund is conducting with the help of Apple: the intersection of girls’ education and climate change.
The research, set to be published in March, will look at sustainability and environmental protection within the curriculum for the education of girls, and contain recommendations for government-level policies and global-level commitments, said Yousafzai.
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