Activists from Greenpeace organized a coordinated campaign against Apple on Tuesday, to raise awareness about the company’s environmental unfriendly electronic data centers and urge the tech giant to utilize more renewable energy resources. At about 2:30PM, demonstrators entered the flagship store on Fifth Avenue in Manhattan (as well as other locations) and released charcoal-looking balloons which floated to the top of the cube’s glass ceiling well out of reach of the staff. No one was arrested. For a company that has doubled its profits this quarter, you’d think Apple would buy a few hemp farms and some windmills to not only appease organizations like Greenpeace, but also to incorporate greener business practices into their modus operandi. (Photo: Greenpeace)