Is Greenpeace Off the Mark on Apple?

The group says Apple isn't ridding its products of nasty chemicals fast enough. But it may be holding the company to different standards

I live in New York City, but I was born in Oregon, and Oregonians are no strangers to environmental controversies. During my college years the state was inflamed by a debate over how to protect the Northern spotted owl, a peculiar little bird with so strong a penchant for nesting in large trees in "old growth" forests that it found itself unable to flourish in younger forests.

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