Apple and environmental organization Greenpeace havenâ€™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 â€˜Clicking Cleanâ€™ report, in which the organization referrs to Apple, Google and Facebook as â€œgreen energy innovators.â€ Amazon, eBay and HP, have scored less than 20% in Clean Energy Index. Hereâ€™s an excerpt from the report on Appleâ€™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 â€˜iSpaceshipâ€™ campus will run on solar and fuel cell energy. Itâ€™s great to see that Apple cares for the environment and takes real action, transforming promises into facts.