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Some of the world's most endangered forests may soon benefit from better protection, thanks to discarded treasures from the consumer society - mobile phones.

There is a rapidly rising energy demand from literally billions of devices that remain “on” but may be used for only a few minutes or hours per day. Currently, the estimate for global electricity wasted in this way by network‑enabled devices is 400 terawatt hours (TWh) per year.

Most reputed electronic and electrical equipment companies—both Indian and multinational have failed grossly in fulfilling their responsibilities under extended producer responsibility (EPR) as def

They are doing little to safeguard the environment against dumping of e-waste

A new mobile application released on Thursday makes it much easier for members of the public to report sources of pollution.

Sainsbury's has teamed up with Google to launch a new mobile and online tool that the supermarket giant hopes will help to reduce food waste in households across Britain.

There is a significant increase in electronic waste (e-waste) in Sri Lanka during the past one and half decades due to the increase of the use of hi-tech products, Environment and Renewable Energy

Confederation of Indian Industry’s Young Indians group, popularly known as Yi, has been gaining momentum in Tricity.

The Meghalaya Legislative Assembly is all set to join the ‘go green’ bandwagon with the launch of a hi-tech SMS service for the State legislators, effectively reducing the customary practice of ‘pa

The preponderance of evidence shows that there is no link between cell phone radiation and cancer, said oncologist and renowned author Siddhartha Mukherjee, reports IANS.

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