#e-waste Berita

Indonesia electronics
The region’s per-capita burden is low but its recycling laws cannot handle the sheer volume of junked phones and fridges. Globally, improperly discarded gadgets, including solar panels, add to a mounting health and environmental crisis.
SMU_Urban Institute_Orlando Woods
Urban Institute's work will look beyond hard infrastructure to consider socio-cultural issues surrounding city living, such as inequality and the consequences of growth. Launched by SMU, it will be helmed by geographer Orlando Woods.
A fleet of electric cars in China
Electric car makers need alternative sources for battery materials, as deep-sea mining talks stall. The attention is on recycling, but the regional industry outside China is nascent. Experts say political will is needed to get the drive on.
Crytocurrency Mining
Cryptocurrency mining consumes more power than the entire country of Kazakhstan. What is being done to curb crypto's monster climate impact?
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#e-waste Opini

Space junk
23,000 pieces of ‘space junk’ float in orbit, and almost as many ideas for how to get rid of them are being floated on Earth.
formal dismantlers
By 2050, two-thirds of the world's citizens will live in cities, putting pressure on infrastructure such as waste management systems. How can IoT help develop smarter ways of reducing waste?
mining africa
One tonne of e-waste contains more gold than 17 tonnes of ore, making it a rich alternative to traditional mining. Recycling precious metals and minerals from used electronics can help make today's consumption patterns more environmentally sustainable.
obsolete gadgets
Technology can harm our ailing planet if the process by which we produce modern-day gadgets is planned improperly. See why the world needs circular solutions to develop sustainably and why energy has a crucial role to play.
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#e-waste Video

eco action day
At this year's Eco Action Day Industry Roundtable 2018, participants discussed how to build more creative and resourceful industries and infrastructure for a more sustainable Singapore.
Trash on the sidewalk in Singapore
Where do your coffee cups, clothes and household appliances go to die? New documentary Trash Trail traces the afterlife of consumer goods in Singapore to reveal surprising findings.
Apple store
In Apple's new campaign, the company known for its disruptive products is upping the game by adopting corporate policies that aim to "leave the world better than we found it".
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#e-waste Podcasts

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