An organization called Climate Counts does an annual scorecard of how corporations are doing (or not doing) in the battle against global warming. They use 22 different criteria for the scoring. I'm not clear on how they pick the companies they picked for scoring, but few of them are doing very well.
Climate Counts released a new scorecard earlier this week. Canon, Nike, and Unilever are the top three, with scores of 77, 73, and 71, respectively (note that those are still C-grades), and Apple and Amazon are at the very bottom with 02 and 00, respectively. So I won't be ordering any new media via Amazon until they get their act together, and I'm not an Apple fan anyway (that's right, I don't own an iPod, and I want one even less now - get it together, Jobs!).