Guide to Greener Electronics

Guide to Greener Electronics -

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Greenpeace veröffentlicht am 09. November 2011 die neue Version seines Ratgebers "Grüne Elektronik". In der Bewertung von 15 Firmen geht Hewlett-Packard (HP) in Führung, gefolgt von Dell und Nokia. Der Blackberry-Hersteller RIM belegt den letzten Platz.

Rank 1: HP

Score: 5.9/10

Up three places, HP is now the top scoring company - strongest on sustainable operations and energy criteria but could improve on green products criteria.

Rank 2: Dell

Score: 5.1/10

Up eight places, Dell scores best on energy criteria with a strong target to reduce emissions by 40 percent by 2015 but scores poorly on green products.

Rank 3: Nokia

Score: 4.9/10

Down two places, Nokia loses its leadership position to HP and Dell over energy criteria but scores well on green products and sustainable operations.

Rank 4: Apple

Score: 4.6/10

Up five places, Apple is now a joint top scoring company on green products and relatively strong on sustainable operations, but scores poorly on energy.

Rank 5: Philips

Score: 4.5/10

Philips gets a strong score along with Sony for supporting progressive clean energy policy and on energy criteria overall. Down two places.

Rank 6: Sony Ericsson

Score: 4.2/10

Sony Ericsson gets a joint top score on green products and good sustainable operation score but is weak on energy criteria. Down four places.

Rank 7: Samsung

Score: 4.1/10

Down two places, Samsung scores best on sustainable operations but needs to improve on energy criteria, especially on sourcing more green power.

Rank 8: Lenovo

Score: 3.8/10

Up six places, Lenovo scores highest on sustainable operations but needs to set strong goals to reduce carbon emissions and boost renewable energy use.

Rank 9: Panasonic

Score: 3.6/10

Down three places, Panasonic gets one of the highest scores on greener products but scores poorly on energy, and needs to have a clear plan on how it can cut carbon emissions and boost renewable energy use.

Rank 10: Sony

Score: 3.6/10

Down four places, Sony receives a penalty point for lobby against stricter energy efficiency standards in California. However it also received top scores for supporting ambitious climate targets in Europe.

Rank 11: Sharp

Score: 3/10

Sharp supports a new renewable energy law in Japan but scores poor on all sustainable operations criteria. Stays in 11th place.

Rank 12: Acer

Score: 2.9/10

Acer scores poorly compared to major competitors, good on hazardous substance phase out but poor on energy criteria. Stays in 12th place.

Rank 13: LG Electronics

Score: 2.8/10

Up one point, LGE has weak emissions reduction targets and needs to increase renewable energy use.

Rank 14: Toshiba

Score: 2.8/10

Up three places, Toshiba has made some progress on phasing out hazardous substances but needs to improve on energy criteria.

Rank 15: RIM

Score: 1.6/10

New to the Guide, RIM needs to improve reporting and disclosure of its environmental performance compared to other mobile phone makers.

Quelle: greenpeace.org

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