Gallery: WHICH TECH BRAND IS THE GREENEST? Greenpeace Reports


Greenpeace Lauds Lenovo, Attacks Apple

With their newest Green Electronics Guide Greenpeace has just released their latest rankings on the “greenness” of various electronics companies. What does it mean for a company to be green? For Greenpeace, it would seem that savvy web corporate social responsibility is the ultimate measure of a company’s green health. There is something suspect in Greenpeace’s latest installment of the Green Electronics Guide, as the guide rates electronics brands on their web-based chemical policy reports, rather than on the environmental impact of the companies or products themselves.

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  1. Daniel April 11, 2007 at 12:14 pm

    “Meanwhile, Apple is singled out for not responding to Greenpeace’s demands, ranking last on the list.”

    So this isn’t objective, it’s basically Greenpeace attempting to blackmailing Apple, despite the fact that it has been shown time and time again that last years hit piece was highly flawed and ignored a huge number of industry firsts Apple had taken (such as setting up a recycling program for old Macs?) Greenpeace is really damaging their credibility on this issue.

  2. Gilbert April 11, 2007 at 1:25 am

    Hmmmmm…. It is not so surprising that Al “The Hypocrite” Gore is on the board of directors at Apple Inc.

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