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Some companies really do make greener electronics

Feature story | January 6, 2010 at 18:00

Apple, Sony Ericsson and Nokia do well in our updated Guide to Greener Electronics, while Samsung, Dell, Lenovo and LGE disappoint.

Top Spot for HP in New Guide to Greener Electronics

Blog by EoinD | November 9, 2011 1 comment

We just released a new version of the   Guide to Greener Electronics , which this time ranks 15 gadget and electronics companies on energy, greener products and sustainable operations. HP takes the lead at 5.9 out of a possible 10...

Electronics consumers want green, not greenwash

Blog by michellefrey | January 7, 2010

Greenpeace just released the 14th edition of the Guide to Greener Electronics . The guide looks at the 18 top manufacturers of personal computers, mobile phones, TV's and games consoles and ranks them according to their policies on...

Toxics message delivered to Dell HQ

Blog by michellefrey | April 5, 2010

This morning, Greenpeace activists were hanging out in front of Dell's global headquarters with a banner for the computer company founder and CEO: "Michael, What the Dell? Design out Toxics!" You can support them by writing to...

Apple continues to eliminate toxics with the iPad. But how green is the cloud?

Blog by mikeg | January 27, 2010 8 comments

The announcement of Apple's new iPad, made today by Apple CEO Steve Jobs at an event right here in San Francisco, included a report on the tablet device's environmental stats: Happily, the iPad will be free of PVCs, BFRs, arsenic and...

Keeping the pressure on Michael Dell

Blog by greenpeace_guest_blogger | June 18, 2010 1 comment

Here's a note from Renee, who works in San Francisco as a toxics campaigner trying to encourage electronics companies to go green: Greenpeace activists have shown up at Dell headquarters in Amsterdam, Copenhagen, Bangalore, and ...

What The Dell? Design Out Toxics!

Blog by danieljkessler | May 27, 2010

On Tuesday, Greenpeace held a protest at computer giant Dell's Round Rock, Texas headquarters over the company's backtracking on its public commitment to eliminate key toxic chemicals in its products by 2009. Our decision to directly...

How Facebook (and other IT companies) can help kick coal off your computer

Blog by danieljkessler | February 22, 2010 26 comments

"I have always believed that IT is the engine of an efficient economy; it also can drive a greener one." – Michael Dell, Forbes Last month, Facebook announced that it was building its first data center, in Prineville, Oregon, in...

Greenpeace at CES 2010

Blog by danieljkessler | January 6, 2010

CES 2010. The lights, the sounds, the greenwash. Greenpeace analysts are once again here at the "World's Largest" consumer electronics show to help consumers and the throngs of industry media to see through the haze of both positive...

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