Wipro takes top spot in green electronics rankings

Jessica Shankleman
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Two Indian firms appear for the first time in Greenpeace's 18th Guide to Greener Electronics

Indian tech giant Wipro has parachuted into the top spot in Greenpeace's latest green electronics rankings, after winning plaudits for its ambitious commitments to cutting carbon emissions and sourcing...

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