No Canadian Company Makes List of Best Global Green Brands, but Tech Performs Well

Today, Interbrand and Deloitte released the fourth-annual Best Global Green Brands report.

Tech brands performed strongly in this year's report: 10 of the top 50 brands hail from the technology sector. The top tech brand is Panasonic in fifth place, followed by Nokia (6th) and Sony (7th). Dell ranks 10th, while Samsung ranks 11th and Intel 15th. HP also made the list at 17th, followed finally by Apple—the world's most valuable technology company—in 21st place.

Prior to Earth Day 2014, the company relaunched its Environmental Responsibility website with a video narrated by CEO Tim Cook. Recent initiatives include recycling more than 421 million pounds of electronic waste. In fact, every Apple Retail Store now takes back Apple products for free and recycle them responsibly.

Other tech companies on the list include IBM, Xerox, and Microsoft.

IBM Canada
Markham, Ontario, Canada

IBM Canada Ltd. is a leading provider of advanced information technology products and services. As a technology-based solutions company, IBM is dedicated to helping its customers solve their business problems, pursue new market opportunities and become more productive through the innovative application of e-business and Internet technology. Headquartered in Markham, Ontario, IBM Canada has... more

Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

The Vancouver Development Center (VDC) is located in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. The centre is home to some of the best and brightest software developers from around the world. Since opening its doors in September 2007, the VDC has quickly become an intricate part of Microsoft’s global strategy for distributed software development. VDC employees play a key role in architecting systems,... more

Montréal, Québec, Canada

Intel (NASDAQ:INTC) is a world leader in computing innovation. The company designs and builds the essential technologies that serve as the foundation for the world’s computing devices. more

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