Since 2018, technology giant Apple has been working with the malala fund to support its efforts to educate girls around the world. At an online Summit on Friday, Lisa Jackson, Apple’s vice president for environment, policy and social activities, met with activist and Nobel Peace Prize laureate marala Yusuf Zai, who said the study, which will be published in March next year, will study sustainability and environmental protection in girls’ education programs and include policies at the government level And global level commitments. < p > < p > malala vividly depicts the interrelationship between climate change and girls’ education. For example, she described how floods in her hometown, Swat Valley, Pakistan, destroyed homes and schools, and that long-term drought meant that girls had to walk miles to fetch water for their families who were supposed to be at school or do their homework. < / P > < p > “when we educate girls, when we empower them, when we give them the quality education they need, it actually helps us deal with climate change, because when girls are educated, they have fewer children,” she said. “They are more economically independent. They can fight against the challenges of climate change. They are more resilient. ” Jackson, who grew up in New Orleans, talked about her early life near the Mississippi River and the impact of Hurricane Katrina, which shaped her passion for environmental issues. From 2009 to 2013, she served as head of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency under President Barack Obama. At Apple, Jackson helped lead some of the company’s major environmental initiatives, including promoting the recycling and refurbishment of electronics and their components. < / P > < p > Jackson urged world leaders and businesses to “push our time forward” and to make clear what they plan to do to address the climate crisis in the next 10 years. “Now, I think it’s time to call for real action,” she said. “For me, it means calling on all businesses, including those in our supply chain, to set positive goals by 2030. Maybe you can’t be carbon neutral by 2030, but you can do more. And we need companies to come forward and say what they can do by 2030. Let’s do that. ” < / P > < p > Jackson said Apple not only has its own goal – to be carbon neutral by 2030, but also wants all customers to be able to charge their devices with renewable energy by the 2030 deadline. “Obviously, it’s not something we can do on our own,” Jackson said. “This is something we can help – we have sponsored clean energy projects around the world. But we also want to work with governments to ensure that more and more clean energy is available to power grids around the world, especially in areas that are currently underinvested in clean energy. ” Jackson called on the government to adopt strong policies, rules and laws to support practical action on climate change. She added that with President-elect Joe Biden in office, she expects the Obama administration’s work in this area to be reinvented. In response to Jackson’s comments, marala added that she hoped the new research of the marala fund would be published at the 26th United Nations Conference of the parties to climate change (cop26), scheduled to be held in November 2021. “We want our leaders to show full responsibility and make good decisions about protecting our future,” she said More Samsung devices can now run Android applications on PC through your phone