Hundreds of thousands of people have asked Amazon.com to join Google, Apple, Facebook and other tech companies to lead the way to building us a green Internet, powered ...By David Pomerantz
Editor’s Note: This blog was originally written by Zachary Davies Boren for Greenpeace UK. Solar has always been the renewable energy sector’s prodigal son, with the potential to ...By Greenpeace Staff
Two new smartphones hit stores in the past month, triggering very different responses from customers: The iPhone 6 came out to great fanfare, earning high marks from critics ...By David Pomerantz
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Apple has strengthened its commitment to sustainability in recent years: the company has pledged to power its data centers with 100 % renewable energy, is using solar and ...By David Pomerantz
When I first started looking at Apple’s environmental performance in 2005, Apple was nearly as secretive about its environmental performance as it is about the details of the ...By Tom Dowdall
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