We've heard a lot of talk over the last year about Apple's extensive efforts to incorporate green energy into its data centers and upcoming "spaceship" campus, but Lisa Jackson, Apple's vice president of environmental initiatives, suggests the company wants to go much further. During Fortune's Brainstorm Green conference (via Cult of Mac), she noted that Apple wants to brings its green energy initiative to its retail stores as well.
We've come a long way from the days when critics at Greenpeace used to accuse Apple of espousing environmentally unsound policies. Indeed, just two years ago, the environmental group slapped the Cupertino company with poor scores for its reliance of fossil fuels. With a new report released today, however, Greenpeace now calls Apple "the most innovative and most aggressive" company in Silicon Valley as regards supplying its energy-intensive datacenters with renewable energy.
Fully charged, your Mac notebook can feel like it will last forever. However, we’ve all experienced that moment of annoyance when the battery indicator drops into the red and we desperately need to use the machine for longer.