NEWSWEEK Green Score: 75.1%
Environmental Impact: 67.4%
Environmental Management: 79.5%
Transparency & Disclosure: 90.2%
While the company has been buying renewable electricity since 2006, the company built its first renewable-energy installations—fuel cells in Sunnyvale, Calif., and a biofuel station in Chennai, India—in 2011. In 2010, the company introduced many new environment-friendly devices like the Nokia C6-01, which was the first phone in the industry to be made using recycled metals. That same year, the company reduced CO2 emissions by 18 percent. In order to encourage customers to recycle their old devices, the company has more than 6,000 recycling points around the world.