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Nintendo last in Greenpeace report again

Surprise. Nintendo’s come dead last yet again in the latest report from Greenpeace on companies going green.

Greenpeace headlines

  • Greenpeace lists latest rankings, still hates Nintendo

    Greenpeace has issued another electronics ranking survey, citing how well each company does by reducing its environmental footprint. Per usual, the advocacy group finds fault with Nintendo, putting it at the bottom of the list once again.

  • Nintendo bottom of Greenpeace rankings again

    Greenpeace has, yet again, placed Nintendo at the bottom of its eco-rankings. Like, bottom out of all companies in consumer electronics. And yes, yet again, this is because Nintendo refuses to cooperate with Greenpeace on the matter. Which probably definitely doesn’t mean there’s something really horrible in the Wii-making process. Probably definitely not. You’re guilty […]

  • Nintendo still "least green tech firm", says Greenpeace

    Huge BBC article here about how Nintendo, yet again, has come bottom of the top when it comes to being eco-friendly. “The quarterly Greenpeace Guide to Greener Electronics ranks 18 electronics firms by how green their production processes and products are,” says the article. Nintendo has its own take on the result, saying yet again […]

  • Greenpeace maintains pressure on console manufacturers over toxic chemicals

    Speaking to the BBC, Greenpeace has yet again slammed Sony, Nintendo and Microsoft over the use of toxic substances in games machines, describing Nintendo’s environment policies as “non-existent”. “Nintendo doesn’t have any environmental policies, ” said Zeina Al-Hajj, Greenpeace’s International Toxic Campaign co-ordinator. “We were shocked with Nintendo; it was our biggest surprise.” Greenpeace is […]

  • Greenpeace slams "surprised" Nintendo for manufacturing methods

    Greenpeace has found that Nintendo’s manufacturing methods are less the eco-friendly, rating the company’s method far lower than Sony and Microsoft in terms of planet-damage. Nintendo’s responded, essentially calling Greenpeace a whopping liar. “We were surprised by the content of the Greenpeace report, given that we take great care to comply with all relevant regulations […]