After Greenpeace Protests, Apple Promises to Dump Coal Power

This story was produced by Wired as part of the Climate Desk collaboration. Apple is cleaning up its energy act. The computer company says that by early next year, the energy used to power its worldwide data centers will all come from renewable sources, such as solar, wind power, or hydroelectric dams. It announced the news Thursday in a post to its website. That's a victory for the environmental activists at Greenpeace, who have been pressuring Apple for ... Full Story »

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