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The quarrel over who uses the most -- or least -- harmful chemicals to make computer components seems to be dying down. In its place comes a debate over which companies are doing the best job to create and forward an agenda addressing global warming -- not just for themselves, but for the companies that use their IT products. Among global IT companies, Cisco is doing the best at addressing climate change and reshaping energy use, according to the rankings released by Greenpeace this week.
Why should I be concerned by what Greenpeace says?
Greenpeace is trying to insert themselves into the conversation, but they are irrelevant.
The entire "Climate" argument is a political one, not a scientific one. Every day new evidence is exposed to indicate that "climate change" is not man-made.