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Apple & environmental issues

Apple & environmental issues

The Business & Human Rights Resource Centre invited Apple to respond to the following items:

- Gore needs a greener Apple, Marc Gunther, Fortune, April 3, 2007
- Coalition Presses Al Gore To Support Green Policies at Apple, Computer Take Back Campaign, March 22, 2007
- Apple Computers: Fun for You, Toxic for the Environment, Jess Hemerly, AlterNet, January 30, 2007
- Greenpeace targets 'toxic' Apple, Martin Veitch, IT Week Green Business News, January 10, 2007

In response Apple provided:

See also:

There Goes Greenpeace Again....., Arik Hesseldahl, BusinessWeek online, 3 Apr 2007 [critique of Greenpeace's ratings of computer manufacturers on environmental issues]


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