Dell Tops Newsweek's Big Company Green Rankings, Flushes Goodwill Down the Drain Dell Tops Newsweek's Big Company Green Rankings, Flushes Goodwill Down the Drain
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Dell Tops Newsweek's Big Company Green Rankings, Flushes Goodwill Down the Drain

by Ben Jervey

October 24, 2010

Newsweek has released its environmental rankings for the 500 largest companies in the country and the 100 largest in the world. Since the methodology page they link isn't loading for me, I guess we'll just have to trust them that Dell (the above image is one of their homepage banners) is the greenest big company in the country, and IBM the greenest big company in the world. It is clear from their chart that they used some combination of Environmental Impact (with global footprint measured using roughly 750 metrics), Green Policies, and a Reputation Survey ("based on a poll of CEOs, environmental officers, and other green experts").


Congrats to Dell in any case.
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Dell Tops Newsweek's Big Company Green Rankings, Flushes Goodwill Down the Drain