In the ranking of Greenpeace, Apple is ranked second and Samsung third, but with the end of
Greenpeace has published its latest annual report, Guide to Greener Electronics, which contains information about the green activities of the companies of the IT market.
Greenpeace evaluates each company in three areas: Energy (reduction of production of greenhouse gases through efficiency and renewable energy), Resource Consumption (use of recycled materials) and Chemicals (elimination of hazardous chemicals and in the context of food processing, and in the context of production processes).
The report featured 17 companies: Apple, HP, Fairphone, Dell, Lenovo, Google, Sony, Acer, Microsoft, LG, Samsung, Amazon, Asus, Huawei, Oppo, Vivo and Xiaomi. Separately, Greenpeace notes that of the 17 companies, only six will publish a list of their suppliers and only two (Fairphone and Dell) provide detailed information about each product of each of their suppliers.
As for the allocation of seats, the first was Fairphone, for which sustainability is the main motive of marketing, and the last was taken by the Chinese Oppo, Vivo and Xiaomi, showing the worst result in all three categories.
It can also be noted that Apple ranked second and Samsung is third from the end, if the above Chinese Trinity to consider as a last place.
More detailed information is available in the report via the link at the source.