20 Apr '11, 4pm

How Green is the iPhone? Infographic Explains. : TreeHugger via @TreeHugger

The stats in this infographic are really interesting, though we'd have liked a little more elaboration on them. But looking at the overall picture, it seems like not only Apple, but the cell phone industry itself needs to do some serious work to green up its products. But more importantly, consumers need to green up our buying habits. Sure there are a gazillion apps we can use on our iPhones to promote green living. But the habits we really need to focus on to minimize the impact of our cell phones include upgrading only when actually necessary, and recycling (or better yet, reselling) our used phones.

Full article: http://www.treehugger.com/files/2011/04/how-green-is-the-...

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