Stories from the Clean Room Documentary

Mobile phones, computers and TVs are blockbuster consumer products but their manufacture relies on and uses more than a thousand chemicals and other materials. This causes harm in production, exposes consumers to toxic chemicals during use, and releases toxic chemicals when products become electronic waste. That is why hazardous chemicals in electronics became a SAICM Global Emerging Policy Issue in 2009. Supporters for the Health and Rights of People in the Semiconductor Industry (SHARPS) is an IPEN Participating Organization in South Korea who have documented the stories of 23 people whose lives have been profoundly impacted by the electronics industry in the film Stories from the Clean Ro

Tiza Mafira, our Ocean Hero: Optimistic that Indonesia could Reduce Plastic Pollution in the Ocean

Jakarta, 11 June, 2018 - In conjunction with the World Ocean Day and as part of the Clean Seas Campaign, for the first time, UN Environment awarded 5 remarkable persons from Indonesia, India, Thailand, United Kingdom, and the USA as the Ocean Heroes 2018. Facts and researches show that more than 8 million tonnes of plastics end up in the ocean every day. A recent study predicted that currently more than 150 million tonnes of plastics are found in the ocean. In a Business As Usual scenario, by 2050, there will be more plastics than wastes in the ocean. Another study has revealed that almost all of the debris inside the fish guts from Indonesia consisted of plastics, meanwhile, in the fish gu

Tiza Mafira, Ocean Hero Kita: Optimis Indonesia Bisa Kurangi Pencemaran Sampah Plastik di Laut

Jakarta, 11 Juni, 2018 - Dalam rangka Hari Samudera Dunia dan sebagai bagian dari Kampanye Clean Seas, Badan PBB untuk Lingkungan, untuk pertama kali memberi penghargaan kepada lima orang Ocean Heroes dari Indonesia, India, Inggris Raya, Thailand, dan Amerika Serikat. Fakta dan riset menunjukkan bahwa lebih dari 8 juta ton plastik berakhir di samudera. Penelitian terakhir memperkirakan bahwa saat ini ada lebih dari 150 juta ton plastik di laut. Dalam skenario bisnis seperti biasa, pada tahun 2050, akan lebih banyak plastik daripada ikan. Studi lain menunjukkan bahwa semua potongan-potongan sampah yang ada dalam perut ikan dari Indonesia terdiri dari plastik, sedangkan pada ikan dari Amerika

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