Cross-posted from Climate Progress. On Oct. 17, Newsweek will release its attention-getting rankings of the top "green" publicly traded global companies. Last year, the magazine ranked Dell as No. 1. Dell is no slouch on operational greening: The company, along with Hewlett Packard, has led the tech industry in lifecycle stewardship, with a willingness to take back and recycle its old hardware, among many other progressive internal waste reduction measures. Dell also leads in the energy efficiency of its products. But is Dell really the greenest company in the world? It depends on your criteria. The Newsweek analysis looks at …
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Auden Schendler is vice president of sustainability at Aspen Skiing Company, author of Getting Green Done, and a board member of Protect Our Winters.