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- Jul 13, 2012
- That's just in one aspect of product use. The data centers.
What about the types of materials used in products? The waste from the created products or the waste from recycling? Energy efficiency of products.
That one article is not enough to support your hypothesisJul 13, 2012
- You see what you want to see,. Check the "greenness" of their Chinese manufacturing and lay your case out with some evidence, rather than just saying what looks to be your opinion on the matter?Jul 13, 2012
Here's one I just read about the data centers you were talking about. Sounds like alot of the major tech companies are in the same boat. However it's getting better.
Google plans to get 30% from renewable sources. Apple says they'll try and get 100%.
Of course this is just one instance and hasn't been done yetJul 14, 2012
- Stopped reading that article as soon as it associated nuclear power with being dirty, like coal power. "despite the fact it generates its power largely from dirty coal and nuclear, which runs counter to a general trend toward a desire for greener sources of energy."
Nuclear power is the cleanest damned power we can produce on a large scale.Jul 14, 2012
- If you read further it says only like 30% of the power is nuclear. Rest is coal.
I think, I dont wanna reread it hahaJul 14, 2012