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Nintendo: Greenpeace Slams Nintendo Yet Again

Greenpeace have produced a detailed report titled Guide to Greener Electronics in which the organisation scores large electronic company regarding their manufacturing practices, waste management or the use of harmful chemicals.

Nintendo it seems have once again been given a damming score by the report, with Greenpeace rating them a poor 1.4 out of 10 for the company’s policies on toxic chemicals, recycling and climate change, thus making them the lowest of the 18 firms to make the list.


Report (PDF)

4 thoughts on “Nintendo: Greenpeace Slams Nintendo Yet Again”

  1. I don’t really care what Green Peace said. I don’t care what those three huggers think about Nintendo. It’s not we’re going to throw our loved consoles to a forest or to the sea, I’m sure most of us will keep our Wii’s forever, just like the old 8 bit NES I still have just in my closet. Really, it’s not a big deal.

  2. It’s not about whether we throw away our consoles, it’s their factories churning out toxic chemicals, the components being unrecyclable and toxic and so on and so forth.

    We can’t make excuses for Nintendo – they need to sort their sh*t out. They’ve got plenty of money to invest some into cleaning their act up. And I’m a huge Nintendo fan-boy!

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