Digital For The Planet @t the French TV on France 3 channel

Inès Leonarduzzi, president and CEO of the Global earth project Digital For The Planet was invited at the french TV show 9h50 on France 3 channel to talk about digital pollution and actions you can lead to reduce the problem.

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Sources of digital pollution #3 : Electronic waste (e-waste)


This video marks the end of a serie of videos dealing with the sources of digital pollution that you can also find on our YouTube channel. It addresses electronic waste mismanagement and governance, which concerns batteries, professional kitchens, air conditioners, as many devices that become in turn connected objects (IOT). The previous videos focused on and electronic devices manufacturing and digital practices.


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'Clean technology' according to Inès Leonarduzzi [FR]

“Cleantech is the abbreviation of clean technology that I translate into French by eco-technologie. To give a global definition, let's say that cleantech refers to all innovative technological solutions applied to the environment and the sustainable cities.

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Digital For The Planet at la Maison du Zéro Déchet — Paris

As part of the advocacy dimension of our NGO and our desire to democratize the digital ecology, we are organizing a conference on September 26th in the cradle of ecological initiatives citizens of Paris, the House of Zero Waste, la Maison du Zéro Déchet. This conference will be facilitated by Anthony Alfont, the Chief Operations Officer of Digital For The Planet.

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Sources of digital pollution #1 : discover devices manufacturing

Voici le premier épisode d’une série de vidéos sur les sources de la pollution numérique.

On vous fait notamment part de notre association avec Re-Creation by Loba, qui prône l’émancipation des femmes par la danse face au viol comme crime de guerre en République Démocratique du Congo.

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Inès Leonarduzzi, digital expert, works for digital ecology, her concept.

« L’ONG est en contact avec une trentaine d’experts et de chercheurs internationaux, dont certains sont issus des universités de Berkeley, Oxford, Stanford ou du CNRS. Son message séduit les grandes entreprises soucieuses d’orthodoxie écolo et de digital durable. Et elle s’attache à travailler avec des populations isolées, comme les chercheurs d’emploi, les jeunes des quartiers déscolarisés ou les handicapés. »


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Inès Leonarduzzi, named 'pioneer in digital ecology' by Glamour Magazine

At only 30 years old, Inès Leonarduzzi's mission is to fight against digital pollution, unknown, invisible, and yet very real. Meeting with the president of the Global Earth Project Digital For The Planet, a visionary and cheeky young entrepreneur.

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Causes of digital pollution

In total, 710 million electronic devices were manufactured in 2015. They contain rare metals that deplete non-renewable reserves. They are often sourced in Africa, including in the Democratic Republic of the Congo for coltan and lead to armed conflict and population relocation.

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Devenir digital responsable, l'idée fait son chemin.

Et pour cause, il y a bien quelques études réalisées dans le domaine, mais elles sont encore en nombre insuffisant. C’est ce qu’expliquait récemment Inès Leonarduzzi dans le podcast Génération XX, un témoignage que j’ai trouvé passionnant sur la question de la pollution digitale, soit dit en passant.

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