- Yale University and the the University of California reportedly use EPEAT's environmental ratings to make purchasing decisions, but Apple has announced plans to quit registering their products with EPEAT.
- San Francisco has already indicated that city funds will no longer go toward Apple desktops, laptops or monitors.
- Bill Allison, the head of campus technology services at UC Berkeley, said that is considering whether or not to suspend Apple purchases, according to a Bloomberg report.
From the article:
San Francisco plans to suspend purchases of Apple Inc. computers after the company stopped participating in an environmental certification program used by governments and universities to make purchasing decisions. ...