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Thank You for Listening: Apple REPEATs with EPEAT*

July 14, 2012


The customers have asked for “A Greener Apple” and Apple has listened. Bob Mansfield, Senior Vice President of Hardware Engineering posted a customer letter on Apple’s website: “We’ve recently heard from many loyal Apple customers who were disappointed to learn that we had removed our products from the EPEAT rating system. I recognize that this was a mistake. Starting today, all eligible Apple […]

Where is Steve Jobs’ Greener Apple? (Exclusive Greenpeace Comments)*

July 10, 2012


In a rare Apple letter to consumers titled “A Greener Apple” in 2007, Steve Jobs wrote about Apple’s desires and plans to become greener. He confirmed that Apple had not been very clear about its environmental policies with its customers, shareholders, employees and the industry. By sharing the plans to remove toxic chemicals from its new products […]

Apple’s Green iCloud to be Solar-Powered (with Infographic)

October 27, 2011


Apple took another step toward being a cleaner, greener company. It received a county permit this week for a solar farm to power its iCloud data center in Maiden, North Carolina (source: Charlotte Observer). According to Forrester Research, the cloud computing market will top $241 billion by 2020 compared to $40.7 billion in 2010. So implementing green […]