Computer manufacturer Dell made a bid to raise its green credentials on World Environment Day, which was held on June 5.
Dell used the opportunity to join the Prince’s Rainforests Project – an environmental charity founded by the Prince of Wales. The charity aims to raise awareness for the link between rainforests and climate change and the need to stop deforestation.
Michael Dell, founder and CEO of Dell signed this pledge. ‘My company supports The Prince’s Rainforests Project’s call for emergency action to help combat climate change by addressing rainforest destruction,’ he said.
The news follows a report on The Guardian website that Dell is banning the export of electronic waste to developing countries.
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