CNET News Daily Podcast: Green is the new black? Not so fast

Consumer electronics makers are pushing the idea that they're on the leading edge of eco-friendly industrial policy. But a Greenpeace report says they come up short.

Green may be the new black as far as consumer electronics companies are concerned. But Greenpeace is not so impressed with their efforts to date. In a new report, the group charges that electronics manufacturers are failing to make sufficiently bold moves to cut energy usage. CNET News' Martin LaMonica has the story.

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