Just how green is Facebook?

| 5th April 2011
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Greenpeace's 'Unfriend Coal' campaign is calling on the world's biggest social networking site to free its energy-intensive business from coal power
 

Greenpeace is targeting Facebook employees in a campaign urging the world's most successful social networking site to lead an energy revolution. This television advert was recently broadcast in Silicon Valley, where many of the company's 2,000 employees live, urging the company to 'Unfriend Coal'.

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