Environmental action day spurred a surplus of blog posts about eco-friendly hobbies, activities, and products. All in all, the event was successful at highlighting the importance of an eco-revolution. Interestingly though, Apple happened to be one of the most frequently mentioned environmental products on the market.

Now that the hype is over and those bloggers who were not so truly concerned with the environment on a day to day basis return to their work as usual, I would like to point out a bit of their ignorance.

That is, Apple right now is in the midst of one of the greatest environmental controversies in the news.

Recently, Greenpeace has called out the company who so proudly claims its products as “green” for their latest hit, the iPhone.

Apparently they discovered it is filled with toxic chemicals. Imagine that.

Read about it here, or here, or here.

The proof is here:

Funny how Steve Jobs claims: “Apple is ahead of, or will soon be ahead of, most of its competitors” on environmental issues.

Check out how to join the movement to make Apples greener.

And remember: Looks like Greenpeace is on its game, but that’s not always the case…