Environmental Issues

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The importance of Electronic Waste is stressed through the communication and study of the issue. By prioritizing the academic study of E-Waste and its effects on the individual and the environment, this positively contributes to the global recognition of this problem.

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E-waste and ICTs in third and first world countries

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Heeks, R., Subramanian, L., & Jones, C. (2015).Understanding E-Waste Management in Developing Countries: Strategies, Determinants, and Policy Implications in the Indian ICT Sector (Mitchell Stodulski)

Dwivedy, M., & Mittal, R. (2010). Estimation of future outflows of e-waste in India. Waste Management, 30(3), 483-491 (Mitchell Stodulski).

Zeng, X., Li, J., Stevels, A., & Liu, L. (2013). Perspective of electronic waste management in China based on a legislation comparison between China and the EU. Journal of Cleaner Production, 5180-87.(Mitchell Stodulski)

Sauser Jr., W. I., Sauser, L. D., & Sims, R. R. (2014). Ethical Issues in Electronic Waste Disposal: Philosophical Analysis and Proposed Solutions. Journal Of Management Policy & Practice, 15(2), 11-24. (Mitchell Stodulski)

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Planned Obsolescence, E-Waste and the Act of Violence on the Planet

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LeBel, S. (2016). Fast Machines, Slow Violence: ICTs, Planned Obsolescence, and E-waste. Globalizations, 13(3), 300-309. (Will)

Guiltinan, J. (2009). Creative Destruction and Destructive Creations: Environmental Ethics and Planned Obsolescence. Journal Of Business Ethics, 19. (Will)

Rivera, J. L., & Lallmahomed, A. (2016). Environmental implications of planned obsolescence and product lifetime: a literature review. International Journal Of Sustainable Engineering, 9(2), 119-129. (Will)

Pickren, G. (2015). Making connections between global production networks for used goods and the realm of production: a case study on e-waste governance. Global Networks, 15(4), 403-423. (Will)

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Informal E-waste Sectors in Brazil and Nepal & The Formal E-waste Sectors in the U.S.A and Canada

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Parajuly, K., Thapa, K. B., Cimpan, C., & Wenzel, H. (2017). Electronic waste and informal recycling in Kathmandu, Nepal: challenges and opportunities. Journal of Material Cycles and Waste Management, 656-666.

Dias, P., Machado, A., Huda, N., & Bernardes, A. M. (2018). Waste electric and electronic equipment (WEEE) management: A study on the Brazilian recycling routes. Journal Of Cleaner Production, 1747-16

Seeberger, J., Grandhi, R., Kim, S. S., Mase, W. A., Reponen, T., Ho, S.-m., & Chen, A. (2010). E-Waste Management in the United States and Public Health Implications. Advancement of the Science , 8-18

Irani, A. K., Shirazi, F., & Bener, A. (2016). A Critical Interrogation of e-Waste Management in Canada. Journal of Leadership, 50-65

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