SEGUNDO O GREENPEACE EM RELATÓRIO DE 10/01
Por ordem decrescente
Nokia -- Remains in first place with good scores on toxics use reduction, but loses points on energy.
Sony Ericsson -- Moves up with top marks on toxics elimination but weak on recycling.
Toshiba -- Good score on toxics elimination but needs to meet upcoming phase out commitment by March 2010. ...
Philips -- Loses points for failing to lobby for phase out of hazardous substance in legislation.
Apple -- Continues to improve, scoring best on eliminating toxic chemicals and e-waste criteria.
LG Electronics -- LG score improves, but is still penalized for postponing date for toxics phase out.
Sony -- Maintains overall score with better energy total, but needs to lobby for stronger chemicals
Motorola -- Slightly reduced score, due to lack of lobbying for stronger chemicals legislation.
Samsung -- Big drop due to penalty point for failing to meet commitment to phase out hazardous substances.
Panasonic -- Score unchanged, strongest on energy but poor on e-waste and recycling.
HP Improved position thanks to clear support for global emissions reductions, but needs to lobby for improved chemical legislation.More...
Acer -- Score unchanged but Acer is lobbying for stronger chemicals legislation.
Sharp -- Loses points due to poor information on toxics elimination and fails to support stronger chemicals legislation.
Dell -- Reduced score on energy criteria and penalty point for delaying toxics phase out till 2011.
Fujitsu -- Improved score due to support for global carbon emission reductions and cutting its own emissions.
Lenovo -- Score unchanged, with penalty point for indefinite delay on toxics phase out.
Microsoft -- Reduced score, fails to support strong chemicals legislation.
Nintendo -- Nintendo remains in last place with the same score.
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