Environment & ICTs

Developed by: 
Rechargeable Battery Recycling Corporation (RBRC)
Description: 

Call2Recycle is a free collection programme for mobile phones and rechargeable batteries, active since 1994. It operates through a network of 30 000 drop-off locations, such as hospitals, universities, retailers, public institutions and communities, in Canada and the United States. All collected materials are recycled completely, in facilities in North America.

Go to direct to resource: 
http://www.call2recycle.org
Contact person: 
n/a
Contact email: 
customerservice@call2recycle.org
Type of access: 
open
Type of information available online: 
battery disposal point locator, educational materials, videos, recycling laws, recycling facilities, safety tips

APCNouvelles 133 – WikiLeaks, nouveau rapport sur les TIC & changement climatique – 13/12/10

APCNouvelles 133 – WikiLeaks, nouveau rapport sur les TIC & changement climatique – 13/12/10

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APCNouvelles – 13 nov 2010 – Année XI Édition 133
Le service d’actualités sur l’internet pour l‘équité et le développement durable
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APCNews 133 – WikiLeaks, New report on ICTs/climate change/e-waste – 13/12/10

APCNews 133 – WikiLeaks, New report on ICTs/climate change/e-waste – 13/12/10

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APCNews – December 13 2010 – Year XI Issue 133
The news service on ICTs for social justice and sustainable development
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The WikiLeaks Cablegate affair is making

New report asks, How sustainable are ICTs really?

8 December 2010
JOHANNESBURG 8 December 2010 (APC-HIVOS) -

A new report launched at the start of the UN Climate Change conference questions the assumption that information and communications technologies (ICTs) will automatically be a panacea for climate change.

The Story of Electronics: How e-waste is generated

The Story of Electronics an accessible and very
smart eight minute film about e-waste, will be playing at
www.storyofelectronics.org as of this Tuesday, November 9.

The latest internet video release by Annie Leonard’s Story of Stuff
Project employs a simple but never “dumbed-down” communication style.
“The Story of Electronics” provides all consumers of e

Developed by: 
Tides Center
Description: 

The Electronics TakeBack Coalition (ETBC), supported by over 30 organisations, promotes green design and responsible recycling in the electronics industry.

Go to direct to resource: 
http://www.electronicstakeback.com/index.htm
Contact person: 
n/a
Contact email: 
info@etakeback.org
Type of access: 
open
Type of information available online: 
information and tools on e-waste legislation, statistics, guide to e-waste recycling for consumers, green design for producers
Developed by: 
eRecyclingCorps
Description: 

eRecyclingCorps offers a comprehensive solution to the growing issue of wireless device e-waste, by capturing these devices in large quantities, renewing them and offering them for reuse. This also facilitates affordable access to wireless technology to people around the world, often with limited means.

Go to direct to resource: 
http://www.erecyclingcorps.com/
Contact person: 
Contact form
Contact email: 
http://www.erecyclingcorps.com/contact.aspx
Type of access: 
open
Type of information available online: 
project description, e-waste statistics
Developed by: 
Center for Embedded Networked Sensing (CENS) at the University of California, Los Angeles, Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area, EDDMapS
Description: 

Participants are invited to locate invasive species by making geo-tagged observations and taking photos to alert of the spread of habitat-destroying invasive plants and animals, using Android mobile phones or an online form. The identified species will be placed on public map and alert park rangers of the spread of these habitat-destroying invasives. The purpose of the What’s Invasive!

Go to direct to resource: 
http://whatsinvasive.com
Contact person: 
Contact form
Contact email: 
http://whatsinvasive.com/index.php/about/support
Type of access: 
open, registration required to participate
Type of information available online: 
invasive species, data, photos, maps

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