By now you've probably heard of our campaign to get facebook to 'unfriend' coal. Well now it's Africa's turn to play a part in the push, so we've come up with a cool activity, and we'd love you to take part!
Over 600,000 Facebook users have voiced concern about Facebook's use of dirty energy. So the question is: how will Facebook power its new data centre?
Tens of thousands of Facebook users around the world are calling for a green Facebook, hopefully setting a new World Record in the process.
Kumi Naidoo, Executive Director of Greenpeace International, asks Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook's CEO, to take responsibility for his company's growing energy footprint and show some climate leadership.
We are campaigning for Facebook to drop coal and commit to 100 percent renewable energy, cutting its carbon footprint and helping to prevent catastrophic climate change.
Last week, the tech and business media were all a-twitter about Facebook, after news that company will start constructing its first datacentre outside the United States, close to the Arctic Circle, in Luleå, Sweden.
The centre will...
Last month volunteers from accross Africa took part in an online/offline activity to get Facebook off coal. If you missed it, check it out here .
Following in Africa's footsteps, volunteers from Sweeden have put together an awesome...
As our deadline for getting Facebook off coal and onto renewables approaches (Earth Day, April 22nd) we are planning a massive push for tomorrow. So massive, in fact, that we hope to make a Guinnes World Record. To make it work,...
With your incredible support, we just set a world record for the most comments on a single Facebook post in one day! Our supporters posted no less than 80,000 comments in at least eleven languages on our Facebook Unfriend Coal page ...
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