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New Efforts to Deal with Electronic Waste(0)

September 3, 2014

With electronic equipment and gadgets the fastest growing waste stream in many countries, how to deal with so-called “e-waste” may in fact be one of the most pressing environmental problems of the 21st century. According to BCC Research, consumers around the world purchased 238.5 million TVs, 444.4 million computers and tablets and a whopping 1.75 billion mobile phones in 2012 alone.

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Are ‘Driverless’ Cars Good for the Environment?

Proponents argue that once driverless cars are widely available many of us will forego owning our own cars in favor of car-sharing.

Is Apple Really Serious About Sustainability?

Long criticized for its lack of commitment to sustainability—from supporting the dangerous mining of precious resources and exploiting factory workers to powering its data centers with energy derived from coal and not taking back products for recycling—Apple has really worked on turning things around over the past couple of years.

How Companies Can Manage Environmental Reputational Risk

Environmental issues, from headline-grabbing environmental catastrophes to protracted conflicts with governmental authorities, can impair a company’s reputation. Such reputational issues can threaten a company’s relationship with regulators, customers, employees, interest groups and the general public. Because it can take many years to repair a damaged environmental reputation, it is critical for any company to manage its environmental reputational risk.


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