Last June 2019 Jony Ive announced his resignation from Apple. For more than 27 years at Apple's design team, he manages the elegant and ever-changing lines of big apple products. Currently Apple's chief design officer but at the end of the year, Apple will leave a new job under its named company LoveFont Ive, a loyal devotee of nature, contributed $ 130,000 in the Be a Tree Angel campaign for the British newspaper DailyMail to promote planting and maintenance of school gardens United Kingdom
Apple Park and the green spaces, which are basically Jony Ive's
We are launching this campaign because trees play an important role in combating climate change, improving air quality and supporting wildlife.
Campaign Bea to Tree Angel It aims to plant trees throughout Britain to combat climate change, preserve the environment and, above all, care for the planet. The campaign started in November this year and was led by DailyMail. Good stats from around the world contributed in small amounts too Jony Ive, who was born in Brazil and is a permanent resident of this country, has decided to donate to the cause $ 130,000
Jony Ive, originally from Stafford, has reassured the British environment of the importance of trees in his life. Try, in addition, try to plant the highest trees possible. In recent years, Apple's influence on environmental issues and green space has moved in a crescendo,
I love living in your shadow. One of the basic ideas for the design of Apple Park was to create acres of greenery and orchards. Being able to contribute to a project close to my heart is amazing.
The purpose of the campaign is to try to get everyone involved You can grow trees in your garden