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Majority of tech giants fail Greenpeace environmental survey

Wednesday 18 October 2017 | 10:11 CET | News
A survey of the green credentials of 17 top global tech companies carried out by Greenpeace revealed that the majority are failing to deliver on commitments to reduce their environmental footprint. Greenpeace USA's Guide to Greener Electronics scored 17 of the world's leading tech companies based on their transparency, performance and advocacy efforts in three areas critical to putting the sector on a sustainable path: reduction of emissions through renewable energy, use of recycled materials and elimination of hazardous chemicals. "Tech companies claim to be at the forefront of innovation,

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Companies: Amazon / Apple / Fairphone / Huawei / Samsung
Countries: World
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