Apple has published another in its series of in-depth case studies looking at innovative uses of its technology in real-world situations.
The report looks at the work of Adventure Ecology, an environmentally focused youth network dedicated to acting against climate change.
According to this report, Adventure Ecology makes use of Macs in its work, using the technology to "engage and educate" young people with a mix of ecology missions, animation and "action-based learning resources".
“We use creativity, curiosity, information, entertainment and adventure to promote social and environmental sustainable living”, David de Rothschild, Adventure Ecology’s founder told Apple for the report.
“Apple technology has helped us develop a robust platform for our activities, and we encourage teachers and children to produce and exchange their own content. Apple, like us, is edgy, exciting, easily accessible and really compelling for kids."
You can read the entire report here.