I keep on going back to Google’s http://www.google.com/corporate/green/energy/ site, but for last 6 months I haven’t seen any change.
The latest press release I can find is dated Jan 17, 2008 http://www.google.com/intl/en/press/pressrel/20080117_googleorg.html
Has Google figured out it really isn’t that Green and has stopped tooting its own horn? As I wrote before.
Google gets an F, Chevron A+ on California Sustainability Report
With the kids out of school, Environmental Leader wrote.
Chevron ‘A+,’ Google ‘F’ In Sustainability Reporting Efforts
An analysis of the social responsibility reporting efforts of California’s largest corporations finds that some, like Chevron, Hewlett-Packard and Walt Disney, publicized their sustainability on their Web sites, while others, like eBay, Google and Apple, rarely mentioned the subject, if at all.
The 132-page report, “Analysis of Sustainability Reporting of Fortune Companies in California” (PDF), produced by the Roberts Environmental Center of Claremont McKenna College, contains a compilation of Pacific Sustainability Index scores evaluating the environmental and social reporting of all California companies on the 2006 Fortune 1000 list. It scores companies based on the reporting, intent and performance of environmental and social sustainability efforts and is the center’s the first geographically based analysis of corporate reporting.
Maybe some of the Google folks reading my blog can direct me to other information.