1. Greenpeace

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  1. Categories

    1. Data Center Design:

      Construction and Infrastructure, Container, Data Center Outages, Monitoring, Power and Cooling
    2. Policy:

      Cap and Trade, Carbon Footprint, Carbon Reduction Commitment, Carbon Tax, Emissions
    3. Power:

      Biomass, Fossil Fuel, Fuel Cell, Geothermal, Hydro, Nuclear, Solar, Wind
    4. Application:

      Cloud Computing, Grid Computing
    5. Technology:

      Microblogging, Networking, Servers, Storage, Supercomputer
  2. About Greenpeace

    Greenpeace, originally known as the Greenpeace Foundation, is a group founded in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada in 1971 to oppose the United States testing nuclear devices in Alaska. The focus of the organization later turned to other environmental issues, and it has become known for its campaigns against whaling, bottom trawling, global warming, ancient forest destruction, nuclear power, and genetic engineering. Greenpeace has national and regional offices in 28 countries, and a presence in 42 countries worldwide, all of which are affiliated to the Amsterdam-based Greenpeace International. The global organization receives its income through the individual contributions of an estimated 2.8 million financial supporters, as well as from grants from charitable foundations.

  3. Quotes about Greenpeace

    1. It's an interesting campaign, but I wish that Greenpeace would dive perhaps into the details of what actually goes into data center selection, and how data centers are designed and used.
      In Behind the feud between Greenpeace and Facebook over renewable energy.
    2. We actually found the Greenpeace thing a bit astonishing.
      In The Facebook effect - Part II
    3. Greenpeace regularly uses Facebook to engage its supporters and their friends to hold corporations accountable for their environmental impact.
      In Greenpeace Asks Facebook To ‘Unfriend’ Coal