Why this matters

Shiny new devices are advertised at a rate that hurts our planet and our pocket. Companies such as Apple, Samsung and LG purposely design their products to make repairs tricky and expensive, and don’t provide repair manuals or spare parts. Being long-lasting is what we look for when we buy our washing machine, fridge, or car. So why should it be any different with personal gadgets?

The problem

We call on the world’s largest tech companies to design gadgets that last, provide repair manuals or spare parts, and use materials that are sustainable and durable. To save the Earth's limited resources and our wallets, tech companies must change!

What you can do

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We demand that leading IT companies rethink our tech, and design products that are longer-lasting, and that don’t cost the earth.

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Tech companies are designing their gadgets to be short-lived. To save Earth's limited resources, and our wallets, this must change!

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We demand that leading IT companies rethink our tech, and design products that are longer-lasting, and that don’t cost the earth.

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Tech companies are designing their gadgets to be short-lived. To save Earth's limited resources, and our wallets, this must change!

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