Earlier this year we covered , Josh Lepawsky‘s work on “The changing geography of global trade in electronic discards,” which showed that while in 1996, developing countries tended to ship waste to less developed nations, over time the circulation of electronic waste has steadily moved away from that geography until developing countries are exporting to developed nations. 202 more words
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The world has threaded with the problem of piling up of electronic devices and garbage created by the products. The scientist has begun to raise the concern that where the waste begins and wheat it ends up actually. 256 more words
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Why is e-waste an environmental problem?
When recycling infrastructure is in place, e-waste is not an environmental problem. 90 more words