Facebook 'likes' clean power
We're thinking ... without-jargon
It only takes one leading business to show the way, and it seems Facebook has not made the committment to green power. Following a two year campaign by Greenpeace, Facebook has now announce it's intention to move away from dirty power (coal) and to renewables. To help put this into context why this move is so important:
The sad truth is it's taken 2 years for Facebook to make this decision. But making up for lost time, I hope that more companies will now see that this is the way foward and more will switch to eco alternatives.
- http://www.guardian.co.uk/ - Facebook 'unfriends' coal and 'likes' clean power. Agreement to power its operations using clean and renewable energy follows a two-year campaign by Greenpeace
- http://www.greenpeace.org.uk/ - Vicotry! Facebook becomes friends with renewable energy
- http://www.trendsspotting.com/ - 10 Billion Facebook Photos – Is That Ecologically Sustainable?