Via Ars Technica:
"Greenpeace has decided to expand the scope of its investigations in its latest report, bringing in game manufacturers Microsoft and Nintendo. Let's just say that the new additions make Apple look good. Microsoft came in near the bottom, and Nintendo became the first company to completely flunk the evaluation.
The description of the standards indicates that Greenpeace reserves the right to arbitrarily change a company's score if they decide the company did something disagreeable. 'Penalty points are deducted,' the criteria state, 'from overall scores if Greenpeace finds a company lying, practicing double standards or other corporate misconduct.'
"The research in general appears lazy."