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  • Greenpeace – website spoofing
    2010-05-23 19:
  • iPod Creator Ditches Apple for Greentech
    2010-03-30 20:
  • TidBITS Opinion: Greenpeace Hitching Itself to Apple’s Star?
    2010-02-12 10:
  • Greenpeace
    2009-12-05 19:
  • Greenpeace | iPoison + iWaste
    2009-11-03 11:
  • Greenpeace applauds Apple climate change flounce • The Register
    2009-10-09 09:
    Earlier this week, Apple flounced out of the US Chamber of Commerce after the chamber came out against a Congressional climate change bill, and Greenpeace is quite pleased.
  • Greenpeace
    2009-07-23 01:
  • How green is Apple? | Mac | Macworld
    2009-05-08 09:
  • Greenpeace – Green My Apple Campaign
    2009-04-01 09:
    We love Apple. Apple knows more about “clean” design than anybody, right? So why do Macs, iPods, iBooks and the rest of their product range contain hazardous substances that other companies have abandoned? A cutting edge company shouldn’t be cutting lives short by exposing children in China and India to dangerous chemicals. That’s why we Apple fans need to demand a new, cool product: a greener Apple.
  • Little green Apples: towards greener Macs, more disclosure – Ars Technica
    2009-03-06 15:
    “Apple may still be stinging from the campaign waged starting in 2006 against the firm by Greenpeace, which gave Apple low marks for all manner of ecological and manufacturing topics. Steve Jobs indirectly responded to this effort in mid-2007, when he and Apple started releasing increasingly deep details about the company’s product cycle, carbon footprint, materials use, and related topics. (Jobs complained that Greenpeace’s critique measured companies by promises, not actions; but Apple wasn’t disclosing its actions much before then, either.)”
  • Green and delicious, or rotten to the core? – Feature
    2009-03-05 12:
    ” I stumbled upon a Web page that made me stop in my tracks. To me, this was huge. So big that, if I could replay the scene for you, I’d have the screechy music from horror movies playing in the background, and I’d reenact my echoing “Nooooooo” just for emphasis. The site was part of the Green my Apple project, and though it has since been archived, it won the 2007 Webby Award for best activist site.”
  • Inhabitat » IS IT GREEN?: The New Macbook
    2009-02-20 09:
    “The new Macbooks are lighter, less toxic, and more energy efficient than previous generations, but are they really the greenest laptops in the world?”
  • Ethical Corporation: Columnists – Letter from America: Apple shines under green spotlight
    2009-01-12 10:
    “Maybe it’s just a coincidence that it is greener too. But I don’t think so. And by the gushing green ad, neither does Apple. Well done Greenpeace.”
  • Survey: ‘Green’ tag should be banished
    2009-01-07 11:
  • Greenpeace Says PCs May Have to Follow Apple’s Footsteps : TreeHugger
    2008-11-14 11: