Danes dispute responsibility for greener IT
Danish consumers and retailers both think the other group should, but is failing to, take the lead in promoting greener electronic products, according to the results of a survey commissioned by the Danish environmental protection agency (EPA). Up to 40% of consumers questioned said they attached "much importance to the environment and energy consumption" and were willing to pay more for a green product. The retailers, however, reported little or no consumer desire for eco-friendly products and said they had no plans to take action unless there was demand. See English summary.
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