Greenpeace Praises Apple for Protecting the Environment

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    Apple and environmental organization Greenpeace haven’t always gotten along so well, as Cupertino has been accused in the past of using toxic chemicals in its products. Greenpeace has recently released the ‘Clicking Clean’ report, in which the organization referrs to Apple, Google and Facebook as “green energy innovators.†Amazon, eBay and HP, have scored less than 20% in Clean Energy Index. Here’s an excerpt from the report on Apple’s perfect 100% CEI score:

    Apple has seriously decreased its carbon footprint, and has established a goal of running all of its data centers on 100% renewable energy. Also, Apple said that 70% of its new 3 million+ square foot ‘iSpaceship’ campus will run on solar and fuel cell energy. It’s great to see that Apple cares for the environment and takes real action, transforming promises into facts.

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