The IT sector is growing, fast. The energy required to feed its factories is going up, and because most of those factories are powered by coal and other dirty fossil fuels, emissions are also rising fast.

The time for fence-sitting is long gone. If big tech brands don’t act now to clean up their supply chains, their energy-hungry businesses will just lock-in MORE coal, oil and gas for decades to come.

Computing companies claim to be on the cutting edge of new technology, bringing us the latest razor-thin phone or the fastest laptop. So how come their factories are still stuck in the industrial revolution? These tech companies sell us “innovation” yet when we look behind the curtain, we see tech companies as one of the biggest drivers of demand for fossil fuels.

As owners of laptops, phones and tablets we are stakeholders in this industry, not just consumers, and we have a right to demand better.


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Big tech brands are still relying on fossil fuels

Despite big words about sustainability at home, global tech brands like Microsoft and Google are still reliant on fossil fuels to make their products. We analyzed ten of the biggest global brands and 14 of their top suppliers to get a real picture of how clean your favorite devices are.

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November 4, 2022

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