Anruf für einen 'grünen Apfel': von Wien nach Hamburg





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Published on May 15, 2012

Greenpeace Deutschland fordert Apple auf, seine iCloud nicht länger zu über 80 Prozent mit Kohle- und Atomstrom zu betreiben, sondern auf Ökostrom umzustellen. Am 15. Mai 2012 veranstaltet Greenpeace ein weltweites iPhone-Event, das Kundenstimmen aus Asien, Afrika und Europa einfängt und an den Apple-Hauptsitz in Cupertino, Kalifornien überbringt.

Greenpeace Deutschland hat mitgemacht: Um 12 Uhr mittags erhält Carolin Wahnbaeck von Greenpeace einen Anruf - und macht sich auf den Weg zum Apple Store am Hamburger Jungfernstieg...

What the Apple clients are saying - translated into English:
I am expecting from Apple that they react to what their clients desire. If enough clients urge Apple to use green energy, then they really should consider that and do it!

To be honest I am not surprised that Apple uses dirty energy. But I would love Apple to apply their innovative concept -- which they are implementing in all their brands and iPhones -- to their energy use. So they would think of the future and be more sustainable.

I actually didn't know that Apple is using coal and nuclear power, it even frightens me a bit. I want Apple to buy renewable energy - that is, wind and solar energy. That would be important for the environment.


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