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Wednesday, 11 January 2017

Google, eternal second in the care of the environment

As usual, as the year goes on, different statistics are being published about the main companies around the world and their impact on the environment. This time it was Greenpeace who has just revealed his latest report showing which are the technology companies that care more about the environment . Want to know what position Apple or Google has been?

In the report appear several technology companies of the world , but like it can not be of another form, in CP we are going to focus mainly in two. One is Apple, for obvious reasons, and the other is Google, the main rival in the apple company market.

As you know, Google's main rival in the market is Apple and vice versa, so it is inevitable to compare them. And this time Google is once again behind in the care of the environment , thus becoming the eternal second Apple in this regard.

Apple repeats as company with greater commitment to the environment

For the third consecutive year, Apple once again leads the ranking published by Greenpeace, becoming once again the company that cares more and cares about the environment . Although in truth is something that should not come as a surprise, since the company of the bite apple has always been concerned about the environment and has spent several years betting on renewable energy, both in its facilities and factories where they are assembled Their devices.

Apple has managed to get the A rating with a score of nothing more and nothing less than 83% . Second is Facebook with category A and a score of 67%, while Google is relegated to a third place also with category A, but with a score of 56%.

As you can see, although Google is within the podium of the three companies that are most concerned about the environment, the difference between its score and that obtained by Apple is quite remarkable. Looking at these data it is clear that technology companies are increasingly concerned about having the least possible environmental impact, although Google still has a long way to go if you want to catch up with Apple .

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