I only buy the electronic devices (telephone, computer, tablet, etc.) I really need. I buy them second-hand or favour sustainable brands that pay attention to their impact on biodiversity.
I limit the pollution caused by mining minerals. In this way, I contribute to preserving ecosystems in the Andes Mountains.
I keep my electronic devices as long as possible and I have them repaired before deciding to buy new ones.
I limit deforestation and destruction of natural habitats caused by mining minerals. In this way, I contribute to the preservation of gorillas in tropical forests.
I resell my electronic accessories when I no longer need them or drop them off at the designated collection points to give them a second life.
I limit the pollution caused by the disposal of my electronic devices. In this way, I help preserve the marine environment along Ghana’s coast, one of the main destinations for our electronic waste.
I offset CO2 emissions related to my Internet activities, and I preferably use eco-responsible search engines.
I limit greenhouse gas emissions and, by doing so, I limit my impact on climate change. In this way, I contribute to the preservation of corals and clownfish.
I convince others to do the same.
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