In an odd move, Apple, which touts its commitment to environmental building practices for its products, recently withdrew all of its computers from the EPEAT registry of "environmentally preferable products." Although it seems as if Apple is just ignoring a marketing label, the action has real consequences, as many government and higher-education institutions require that only EPEAT-listed computers can be purchased. Macworld's Dan Moren runs down the details. follow link
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Macworld Details Apple's Withdrawal from EPEAT