Photo essay : Tracing the secret, complex life of e-waste in Ghana

5 juin 2024 | Bénédicte Kurzen & Muntaka Chasant
62 million tons. This is the volume of electrical and electronic waste – or “e-waste” – generated worldwide in 2022, according to the latest UN Global E-Waste Monitor Report. The number of smartphones, connected watches, flat screens, computers and tablets being thrown away continues to rise, and (...)
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