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The Panasonic brand is owned by Panasonic Corp., which was known as Matsushita Electric Industrial until October 2008.

 

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7 November 2006

Six Environmentally-friendly Enterprises Newly Nominated by SEPA

Author: State Environmental Protection Administration (SEPA), China

China's environment watchdog has recently named six more corporations as environmentally-friendly state-level companies, including Shanghai General Motors [a joint venture between General Motors and Shanghai Automotive Industry Corp. Group (SAIC)].....

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1 November 2006

Multinational corporations in China blacklisted for pollution

Author: People's Daily [China]

A pollution blacklist has been issued by the Institute of Public & Environmental Affairs , a Chinese NGO. The list includes 33 multinational corporations in China, five of which are Fortune 500 companies, including a subsidiary of Panasonic [which...

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27 October 2006

Environmental NGO compiles blacklist of polluting multinationals in China

Author: Xinhua

...subsidiaries of some of the world's leading multinationals that have been included on a blacklist for violating environmental regulations in China...compiled by a Beijing-based NGO, the Institute of Public and Environmental Affairs...Panasonic...

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25 August 2006

Greenpeace ranks electronics companies on environmental credentials: Dell & Nokia rank highest - Apple, Acer, Motorola & Lenovo lowest

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25 August 2006
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Author: Greenpeace France

Greenpeace publie aujourd’hui le "Guide pour une hi-tech responsable" qui classe les entreprises en fonction de l’emploi de substances chimiques dangereuses et de leurs pratiques de recyclage des déchets électroniques... La grille de classement reprend...

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25 August 2006

Your guide to green electronics

Author: Greenpeace International

The biggest names in electronics have just sat their first global exam on their green credentials. Ranked on their use of toxic chemicals and electronic waste (e-waste) policies only Dell and Nokia scraped a barely respectable score while Apple,...

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25 August 2006

[PDF] full report: "Guide to Greener Electronics"

Author: Greenpeace International

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1 August 2006
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1 August 2006
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Author: Greenpeace France

[classement, en ordre: Nokia, Dell, HP, Sony Ericsson (joint venture Sony & Ericsson), Samsung, Sony, LG Electronics, Panasonic (partie de Matsushita), Toshiba, Fujitsu Siemens Computers (joint venture Fujitsu & Siemens), Apple, Acer, Motorola,...

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19 July 2006
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Author: El Universal [México]

...en la fabricación de equipos de cómputo se utilizan materiales tóxicos...en México apenas 43% de mil un encuestados sabía que las computadoras y otros aparatos electrónicos contienen materiales peligrosos para la salud y el entorno...De acuerdo con....

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