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Repair, refurbish, reuse: call to arms for electronics giants
by Sarah Shearman
Thomson Reuters Foundation Translate This Article
29 January 2019
On 29 January 2019 Thomson Reuters Foundation reported:
Armed with screwdrivers and a zeal for change, a growing global movement is urging electronics giants to make devices that last longer and are easier to fix to cut the environmental fallout of the tech boom. From repair cafes to e-waste recyclers, social enterprises are leading a 'right to repair' campaign, exploring commercial models to reduce the human and environmental impact of the electronics supply chain and its ever-growing waste.
Global Good News service views this news as a sign of rising positivity in the fields of science and business, documenting the growth of life-supporting, evolutionary trends.
. . . Eighteen U.S. states have proposed a 'right to repair' act, forcing manufacturers to make information and spare parts freely available to device owners and third-party repair shops.
The EU will introduce similar legislation in 2020.
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