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NEWSWEEK’s 2010 Green Ranking

January 11, 2011 No Comments

NEWSWEEK’s 2010 Green Rankings worked with three environmental research organizations to compile a list of the top “Greenest Companies in 2010″. The end goal was to hash through the green chatter and quantify the actual environmental footprints, policies, and reputations of these big businesses.

Here is a list of Newsweek’s Top 10 Most Greenest U.S. Publicly Traded Companies
1. Dell
2. Hewlett Packard
3. IBM
4. Johnson & Johnson
5. Intel
6. Sprint Nextel
7. Adobe
8. Applied Mateirals
9. Yahoo
10. Nike

View the full list of the 500 largest U.S. publicly traded companies in America: Green Rankings

Here is a list of Newsweek’s Top 10 Most Greenest GLOBAL Publicly Traded Companies
1 International Business Machines
2 Hewlett-Packard
3 Johnson & Johnson
4 Sony
5 GlaxoSmithKline
6 Novartis
7 Deutsche Telekom
8 Panasonic
9 HSBC Holdings
10 Toshiba

View the full list of the 100 largest GLOBAL publicly traded companies in developed and emerging world markets.: Green Rankings

(source: Newsweek)

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