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Keeping the pressure on Michael Dell

Blog entry by Andrew Davies | 15 June, 2010 4 comments

Here's a note from Renee, who works from our San Francisco, CA office on getting electronics companies to go green: Greenpeace activists have shown up at Dell headquarters in Amsterdam, Copenhagen, Bangalore, and Austin. Plus,...

January 18: New Greenpeace flagship, Greener Guide to Electronics, and Japanese whale...

Blog entry by Teresa Belkow | 18 January, 2010

This is part of a trial series Copyright Greenpeace/Greenpeace staff Junichi Sato (seated left), Toru Suzuki (seated right), and their lead counsel, Yuichi Kaido (seated centre) face reporters at a press briefing following their...

What does Ballmer go crazy for?

Blog entry by mwilson | 2 December, 2009

Why is Microsoft - one the world's biggest corporations - having such a struggle pulling up its pants on climate change policy? UPDATE 1: Microsoft responds, goes to Copenhagen . UPDATE 2: Dell's op-ed in Forbes...

Toxics Action at Samsung HQ in Belgium

Image | 3 March, 2010 at 11:53

Greenpeace climbers scale the Benelux headquarters of the Korean electronic giant Samsung, displaying the message "Samsung = Broken Promises" in giant letters onto the front of the building. The peaceful protest is challenging the company for...

Philips celebrates its 110 years on the Russian

Image | 16 October, 2008 at 17:07

Philips celebrates its 110 years on the Russian market in Moscow's Red Square. Greenpeace activists unrolled a banner with the phrase: “Philips: simply take back & recycle!” in Russian and English. Greenpeace is calling on the company to accept...

Gamers debate toxic electronics in Kotaku comments

Blog entry by laurak | 28 August, 2009

About a month ago the Greener Electronics campaign released videos on the popular gaming site Kotaku targeting console manufacturers Sony, Microsoft and Nintendo (makers of the ever-popular yet not-so-green) Wii: The...

Greener Apple Comes to Fruition

Image | 6 January, 2009 at 18:13

Greener Apple Comes to Fruition.

Pulling the plug on dirty electronics

Generic multimedia item | 23 May, 2005 at 2:00

Your new phone or new computer could, in a few years, end up dumped as toxic waste in Asia and scrapped by hand. Take a trip through the lifecycle of electronics products to discover the dirty secrets of electronics and solutions to the problem.

Has Steve really reinvented the phone?

Video | 12 October, 2007 at 12:41

Scientific tests, arranged by Greenpeace, reveal that Apple's iPhone contains hazardous chemicals. The tests uncovered two types of hazardous substances, some of which have already been eliminated by other mobile phone makers.

Electronic Waste in Ghana

Video | 4 August, 2008 at 13:59

Our analysis of samples taken from two electronic waste (e-waste) scrap yards in Ghana has revealed severe contamination with hazardous chemicals.

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