Over the years, I’ve become more patient. Before, I used to think "how difficult can it be?", but now I have much greater understanding.
Today, a number of obstacles stand in the way of the circular economy. Overcoming them will require a dedicated, all-in effort that begins now.
Circular economy is a way of making ends meet. The logic is simple — it means that we use natural resources responsibly so we don’t risk exhausting them.
Register now to secure your participation at the the online event Impacts and Insights: Circular IT Management in Practice on 22 of September.
New report from TCO Development explains how buyers and uses of IT products can implement circular practices to reduce environmental impact.
In this year’s edition of Impacts and Insights, we’re deep-diving into circularity. What does this actually mean for IT products — and how can the circular economy be implemented on the ground, when you procure and use IT products? What stands in the way for circularity and how can these obstacles be removed? To answer
TCO Development has extended their online Product Finder to now include measurable sustainability performance data for certified products.
A webinar with practical tips on circular and sustainable management of IT products from TCO Developments annual Impacts and Insights report. Sign up now.
The Covid-19 pandemic is putting the world under enormous strain. How does it affect the people working in the IT product supply chain? Stephen Fuller, TCO Development’s expert on social responsibility, shares his view on the current situation. “When we finally see the end of this pandemic, country economies will be very different. Governments are
At the SPLC virtual Summit 2020 we will present best practice findings on supply chain responsibility and circular procurement connected to IT products.