15 May 2012
Messages beamed onto Apple's Cupertino headquarters
© Greenpeace USA
For over a month now, our supporters around the world have been helping us tell Apple that they want a clean iCloud. Apple’s executives have thus far ignored the hundreds of thousands of people asking them to use their influence for good by building a cloud powered by renewable energy. So it was time for us to take your messages to Apple’s headquarters in the heart of Silicon Valley.
Right now, Greenpeace activists are projecting Facebook posts, tweets, and photos from supporters of the Clean Our Cloud campaign onto a wall of the company’s famous Cupertino headquarters.
We are turning Apple’s building into a giant canvas for your messages, using a high-tech laser projector to post them on the wall while live-streaming the action back to you.
Over 215,000 people have signed our petition asking Apple to power its iCloud with clean energy. The writing’s on the wall for Apple: it’s time to clean up the cloud. Send them the message yourself right now!
Update: We had to stop beaming messages to Apple HQ. Thanks to everyone who sent them already. And keep sending them. We think Apple needs to hear from a lot more customers and potential customers.