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Electronics Watch: opening doors for bottom-up monitoring of factories
Electronics Watch is an independent monitoring organisation that helps public procurers to address the rights and safety of workers in their electronics
supply chain. By bringing together many public buyers as “affiliates”, it
allows them to achieve this more effectively than they could on their own.
It does this by offering tools and guidance to buyers and suppliers, and by directly monitoring factories.
English
International
ICT (information and communication techn.)
Fair trade, Social responsibility
Transform Together
2019
Powering green ICT and smartphones
Examples showcasing how to decarbonise the electronics supply-chain and thus reduce the carbon footprint of ICT products.
English
International
ICT (information and communication techn.)
General GPP/SPP
Transform Together
2019
Karo Sambhav: creating a cohesive e-waste movement in India
To address the mounting e-waste problem, the Indian government strengthened its Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR) legislation in 2016. Producers are now required to ensure that a certain share of the electronics they have produced gets
appropriately collected and processed at the end of life.
English
International, India
ICT (information and communication techn.)
Circular Economy, Social responsibility
Transform Together
2019
Getting responsibly sourced materials into electronics
Rather than turning away from sourcing locations that are deemed high-risk, some industry partnerships have decided to get hands-on to improve conditions and connect responsible miners to global demand. This way, mining communities
in ‘high-risk’ countries earn vital income, while industry alliances engage with them to improve practices while keeping a close eye on avoiding funding conflict. The aim is to show the industry that it is possible to source responsibly (as per OECD guidelines) from ‘high risk’ locations.
English
International
ICT (information and communication techn.)
Fair trade, Social responsibility
Transform Together
2019
Phone-as-a-service: banishing the linear ownership model
Example for the product-service model focussed on smartphones. Getting the procurement model right is a key part of this, with an opportunity to set a
great example for circular procurement.
English
International
ICT (information and communication techn.)
Fair trade, Circular Economy
Transform Together
2019
Eco-labels: how to demand comprehensive change with a single procurement choice
Various sustainability criteria for ICT have been developed – by industry, NGOs and international policymakers. This case study present different options e.g. TCO Certified.
English
Europe/EU
ICT (information and communication techn.)
Ecolabels
Transform Together
2019
Sustainable and circular ICT through procurement: learnings from the Netherlands
Summary of Dutch context for circular procurement, focussing on ICT products. Informs how government can support the transition through experimenting and mainstreaming.
English
Europe/EU, Netherlands
ICT (information and communication techn.)
General GPP/SPP, Circular Economy
Transform Together
2019
How to offset your phone? - Closing the Loop on ICT
Closing the Loop uses a circular economy approach to reduce the harms of smartphones at the start and end of their lives.
English
International
ICT (information and communication techn.)
Circular Economy
Transform Together
2019
Designing for sustainability – designing for better systems
Smartphones and ICT products are not designed to ensure the valuable materials they contain are kept in circulation for as long as possible. How do we change that?
English
International
ICT (information and communication techn.)
Circular Economy
Transform Together
2019