For purchasers of AV solutions, product performance and image quality are key. How does this impact the work with sustainability? Is it possible to find premium quality projectors and other products that are designed and made in a more environmentally and socially responsible way?
Many labels and standards claim they are proof of a more sustainable product. How do you know which ones to trust? Our webinar will help you find the right strategies when working with ecolabels in sustainable procurement.
Beginning September 4, brands are able to apply for product certification in accordance with TCO Certified, generation 8. Get a first look at how this generation addresses issues such as circularity, supply chain transparency and responsibility.
While the IT products you purchase can come with social and environmental risks, sustainable procurement can help your organization drive sustainable development. Our guide helps you do it successfully.
The ongoing sustainability debate engages stakeholders from all over the world. At TCO Development, we continue to commit to driving a more sustainable future for IT products by actively participating in the global discussion
TCO Development will be presenting the importance of sustainability in the smartphone supply chain as part of the United Nations High Level Political Forum in New York on July 9. The side event “Scaling Solutions for Goal 12 for Smartphones and ICT” will present implementable solutions that can help companies and public sector organizations make more sustainable choices when procuring smartphones.
Many thanks to all who attended our workshops and webinars about the draft TCO Certified, generation 8, as well as for all your comments. We’re currently reviewing all comments and finalizing the criteria for release in early September.
Two and a half billion people use smartphones daily. Did you know that smartphones are connected to conflicts and violence because of minerals such as tin, tantalum, tungsten and gold? These minerals are often called conflict minerals since they are mined in conflict-affected areas where human rights abuses are common.