E-Waste Hall of Shame

Consumer electronics - filled with hazardous chemicals - end up discarded in China and India where they are disposed of by hand. Companies need to remove the hazardous chemicals from their products and be responsible for the entire lifecycle. A visit to a scrapyard in China identifies some of the major companies that are to blame for the e-waste problem.

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Greenpeace Activists Join The People's Climate March

Image gallery | September 22, 2014

Reggie Watts Yodels for Wind Power #ClickClean

Video | August 19, 2014 at 9:09

There’s hope for all of us dirty clickers. Join us, and ask Internet companies to switch to a greener online world, so we can all enjoy a greener offline world. Learn what's up at clickclean.org #ClickClean

Reggie Watts Hydropowers the Internet #ClickClean

Video | August 19, 2014 at 9:05

Clicking dirty uses a lot of energy. Dirty energy. Join us, and ask Internet companies to switch to a greener online, so we can all enjoy a greener offline. Learn what's up at clickclean.org #ClickClean

Reggie Watts Goes Solar for #ClickClean

Video | August 19, 2014 at 8:58

Together, we can stop clicking dirty. Join us, and ask Internet companies to switch to a greener online, so we can all enjoy a greener offline. Learn what's up at clickclean.org #ClickClean

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