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Greenpeace can tell you. On the heels of Sony's new "green" laptop unveil, here comes the latest in that organization's regular electronics-monitoring guide, in which they assess how green leading electronics companies are. Some of the results are kind of surprising.Apple was lower on the list than I would have guessed (but they're on the up, and lead in certain subcategories), while other companies that go out of their way to present a clean green face to the world didn't fare very well at all.In addition to worrying about e-waste and its sometimes awful fate (rewatch that incredible 60 Minutes spot from a while back to refresh your memory), this should encourages us to put some thought into what happens before our gadgets get to us, too.Check out Greenpeace's full guide on their own site. Would something like this affect your purchasing decisions?
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