2008 will hopefully be another year with a lot of articles for you to read critically.
I have been thinking about what I want to write about this year and which issues and topics that are likely to be dealt with. One of the first articles will be about E-waste, which National Geographic recently wrote about in their January issue.
Millions of electronic devices need to be replaced yearly. Where do they end up? What do we do with them? Is scrap hazardous for the environment and dangerous for us? Is it a lucrative business?
I will look into these questions and the material from National Geographic and try to write a short summary on the key factors concerning E-waste.
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