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Tim Cook brags about Apple's green 'spaceship' campus

Posted at 6:14 PM, Sep 22, 2014

Apple's new campus in Cupertino is still under construction, but the company's CEO Tim Cook has just promised that it will be the most environmentally friendly structure on the planet.

Cook made remarks during a Climate Change NYC discussion, part of a weeklong series of events on climate change centered around a U.N. summit in New York on the issue. 

The campus known as "Apple Campus 2" or, informally, the "Spaceship Campus," is expected to be finished sometime in 2016. Pitched by former Apple CEO Steve Jobs in 2011, the finished facility is projected to be 80 percent landscape and house its own green energy plant. 

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