Apple customers joined activities at stores around the world this weekend, from Hong Kong to Brazil, India to South Africa, to ask Apple for a cleaner cloud. As part of our campaign to get the company to power its massive data centres with renewable energy instead of coal, Greenpeace activists played off Apple’s “genius bar” by setting up their own “Supergenius bars” where people were encouraged to take part in the campaign and share it with their friends.
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Apple customers joined activities at stores around the world this weekend, from Hong Kong to Brazil, India to South Africa, to ask Apple for a cleaner cloud.
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