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[豆知识] 【整理】2011-10-09&10-15 电子设备的故事 (3/3)

本帖最后由 qingchengshan 于 2011-10-11 10:34 编辑

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The Story of Electronics


Nowadays, consumer electronics are almost needed for everyday use, such as personal computers, MP3 players, digital cameras, and so on. This episode of BOK will explore the high-tech revolution's collateral damage - 25 million tons of e-waste and counting, poisoned workers and a public left holding the bill and conclude with a call for a green 'race to the top' where designers compete to make long-lasting, toxic-free products that are fully and easily recyclable. Here is the final part.








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Imagine that instead of all this toxic e-waste piling up in our garages and the streets of Guiyu, we sent it to the garages of the CEOs who made it. You can bet that they’d be on the phone to their designers pretty fast demanding they stop designing for the dump.



Making companies deal with their e-waste is called Extended Producer Responsibility or Product Take-back. If all these old gadgets were their problem, it would be cheaper for them to just design them longer lasting, less toxic, and more recyclable in the first place. They could even make them modular so that when one part broke, they could just send us a new piece instead of taking back the whole broken mess.



Already take-back laws are popping up all over Europe and Asia. In the U.S. many cities and states are passing similar laws. These laws need to be protected and strengthened. It’s time to get these brainiacs on our side. With take-back laws and citizen action to demand greener products, we can start a race to the top, where designers compete to make long-lasting, toxic-free products.



So let’s have a green Moore’s law. How about the use of toxic chemicals will be cut in half every 18 months? The number of workers poisoned will decline at an ever faster rate? We need to give these designers a challenge they can rise to and do what they do best. Innovate! Already, some of them are realizing they’re too smart to be dump designers and are figuring out how to make computers without PVC or toxic flame retardants. Good Job, guys!



But we can do even more. When we take our e-waste to recyclers, we can make sure they don’t export it to developing countries. And when we do need to buy new gadgets, we can choose greener products. But the truth is we are never going to just shop our way out of this problem, because the choices available to us at the store are limited by the choices of designers and policy makers outside of the store. That’s why we need to join with others to demand stronger laws on toxic chemicals and on banning e-waste exports.



There are billions of people out there who want access to the incredible web of information and entertainment that electronics offer. But it’s the access they want, not all the toxic garbage. So, let’s get our brains working on sending that old design for the dump mentality to the dump where it belongs and instead building an electronics industry and a global society that’s designed to last.


jessiyear在 整理的生词:
brainiac: n. 聪明勤奋之人



innovate: v. to introduce new changes and new ideas 创新

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Imagine that instead of all the toxic waste piling up in our garages on the streets of YU, we sent it to the garages of the CEOs’ who have made it. You can bet that they will be on the phone to their designers pretty fast demanding they stop designing for the dump.

Making companies deal with their e-waste is called extended producer responsibility or product take-back. If all these old gadgets were their problem, it would be cheaper for them to just design them longer-lasting, less toxic, and more recyclable in the first place. They could even make them modular so when one part broke they could just send us a new piece instead of taking back the whole broken mass.

Already take-back laws are popping up all over Europe and Asia. In the U.S., many cities and states are passing similar laws. These laws need to be protected and strengthened. It’s time to get these brainiacs on our side. With take-back laws and citizen action to demand greener products, we can start to race to the top or designers compete to make long-lasting, toxic free products. So let’s have a green moose’s law. How about the use of toxic chemicals we cut it half every 18 months?

The number poison ever faster rate. We need to give these designers a challenge that they rise to and do what they do best. Invate! Already, some of them are realizing they are too smart to be dump designers and they are figuring out how to make computers without PVC or toxic flame retardance. Good Job, Guys!

But we can do even more. When we take our e-waste to recyclers, we can make sure they don’t export it to developing countries and when we do need to buy new gadgets. We can choose greener products. But the truth is we are never going to do shopper way out of this problem because the choices available to us of the store are limited by the choices of designers and policy makers outside of the store. That’s why we need to join with others to demand stronger laws on toxic chemicals and on banning e-waste exports.

There are billions of people out there who want access to incredible wide of information and entertainment that the electronics offer. But it’s the access they want, not all the toxic garbage. So, let’s get our brains working on sending that old design for the dump mentality to the dump where it belongs and instead building electronic industry and a global society that is designed to last.
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[Homework]2011-10-09&10-15 电子设备的故事 (3/3)

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    Already tak-back laws are popping up all over Europe and Asia. In the US many citizens stay to passing similar laws. These laws need to protect it and strengthen. It is time to get these bring out the outside with take-back laws and citizens' action to the mand greener products. We can  stop to waste the tops with designers compete to make long lasting, toxic free products.
    So let's have a green moose law. How about the use of toxic chemical we cut off have in 18 months?
    The number of workers' prison would climb in a faster rate. We need to  give these designers challenges that can rise to and do what they do best. Yes,invate. Already some of them are realizeng that they are too smart to be dump designers and a figuring out how to make computers out PVC or toxic flame retadent. Good jobs, guys. But we can do even more when we take e-waste to recylers we can make sure  they don't explore to the devolping countries. And we do need to buy new garage we can choose greener products. But the truth is we are never going to just shop our way the problems. Because the choices are available to access the store are limited by the choices to designers and policy makers outside the store that's why we need to join in with others to the man stronger lost and toxic chemicals and banning e-waste exports. There are billions of people left there who want access with the incredible weather information and entertainment for the electronic offer. But if the access they want , not all the toxic garbage.So let's get up bring working on sending letters design for the demand holiday to the dump belongs and instead building electronic industry and a globle sociery.
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[Homework]2011-10-09&10-15 电子设备的故事 (3/3)

imagine stable topix e- waste pilling up our garage  on the street for you , we said the garage of Ceo to make it ,you can bet that they will be on the phone designers petty fast many  this stop design for the dump, making company  deal with their e-waste this called extended producer responsibility or predict take back,if all the gadgets their problem it will be cheaper than this design longer lasting ,less topix over-recycleable   in the first place , they could even make the modular  said that when one parter new places send them take back the whole broken mass.
Already take back the laws popping up all over Europea and Asia,in the Us many citizen it pass the similar laws, this law needs  protect it and strength it  , it's time to get to this bring outside with take back the laws and citizen's action  to mand  green products , we can start to waste the topix, or designer repeat make  long lasting topix free products.
so let's have green moose law .how about the use the topix chemicals. we cut it half every  18 months , the number workers has pull even faster rate , we need get this  designer challege  that they rise to and do the best , invade .
Already some of them are realized too much smart dump the designers , and finger out how to make computer out pvc or topix flame  retardance. good job , guys ! but we can do it even more .
When we take e-waste to recyners , we can make sure they  don't export to developing countries .and when  we need buy new gadgets,We can choose greener products. But the truth is we are never going to do shopper way out of this problem because the choices available to us of the store are limited by the choices of designers and policy makers outside of the store. That’s why we need to join with others to demand stronger laws on toxic chemicals and on banning e-waste exports.

There are billions of people out there who want access to incredible wide of information and entertainment that the electronics offer. But it’s the access they want, not all the toxic garbage. So, let’s get our brains working on sending that old design for the dump mentality to the dump where it belongs and instead building electronic industry and a global society that is designed to last.


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[Homework]2011-10-09&10-15 电子设备的故事 (3/3)

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本帖最后由 gdpcc2006 于 2011-10-15 09:56 编辑

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But we can do it even more. When we take our UA to recycler, we have to make sure they do export to developing countries. And we do need to buy new gadget, we can choose green up products. But the true is we never going to solve our way out of problems. Because the choices available to us in the store are limited by the choice of designers and police makers out side the store. That’s why we have to join with others to demand stronger law on toxic chemical on banning us export. There are billions people who want access to incredible wed information and entertainment electronic effort. But the access they want not all the toxic garbage. So let’s get up our brain working old design for the dump and the dump belong. And instead, building electronic industry and the global society that are designed to last.
Homework

Imagine that instead of all the toxic waste piling up in our garages on the streets of YU, we sent it to the garages of the CEOs’ who have made it. You can bet that they will be on the phone to their designers pretty fast demanding they stop designing for the dump.

Making companies deal with their e-waste is called extended producer responsibility or product take-back. If all these old gadgets were their problem, it would be cheaper for them to just design them longer-lasting, less toxic, and more recyclable in the first place. They could even make them modular so when one part broke they could just send us a new piece instead of taking back the whole broken mass.

Already take-back laws are popping up all over Europe and Asia. In the U.S., many cities and states are passing similar laws. These laws need to be protected and strengthened. It’s time to get these brainiacs on our side. With take-back laws and citizen action to demand greener products, we can start to race to the top or designers compete to make long-lasting, toxic free products. So let’s have a green moose’s law. How about the use of toxic chemicals we cut it half every 18 months?

The number poison ever faster rate. We need to give these designers a challenge that they rise to and do what they do best. Invate! Already, some of them are realizing they are too smart to be dump designers and they are figuring out how to make computers without PVC or toxic flame retardance. Good Job, Guys!

But we can do even more. When we take our e-waste to recyclers, we can make sure they don’t export it to developing countries and when we do need to buy new gadgets. We can choose greener products. But the truth is we are never going to do shopper way out of this problem because the choices available to us of the store are limited by the choices of designers and policy makers outside of the store. That’s why we need to join with others to demand stronger laws on toxic chemicals and on banning e-waste exports.

billions of people out there who want access to incredible wide of information and entertainment that the electronics offer. But it’s the access they want, not all the toxic garbage. So, let’s get our brains working on sending that old design for the dump mentality to the dump where it belongs and instead building electronic industry and a global society that is designed to last.
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Imagine  instead of all this toxic waste piling up in our garages on the streets or, we sent it to the garages of the CEOs’ who  made it. You can bet that they are to be on the phone to their designers pretty fast demanding they stop designing for the dump.

Making companies deal with their e-waste is called extended producer responsibility or product take-back. If all these old gadgets were their problem, it would be cheaper for them to just design them longer-lasting, less toxic, and more recyclable in the first place. They could even make them modular so when one part broke they could just send us a new piece instead of taking back the whole broken mess.

Already take-back laws are popping up all over Europe and Asia. In the U.S., many cities and states are passing similar laws. These laws need to be protected and strengthened. It’s time to get these brainy acts on our side. With take-back laws and citizen actions to demand greener products, we can start a race to the top where designers compete to make long-lasting, toxic free products. So let’s have a green Moore’s law. How about the use of toxic chemicals we cut it half every 18 months? The number poison ever faster rate. We need to give these designers a challenge that they rise to and do what they do best. Invate! Already, some of them are realizing they are too smart to be dump designers and they are figuring out how to make computers without PVC or toxic flame retardance. Good Job, Guys!

But we can do even more. When we take our e-waste to recyclers, we can make sure they don’t export it to developing countries and when we do need to buy new gadgets we can choose greener products. But the truth is we are never going to do shopper way out of this problem because the choices available to us in the store are limited by the choices of designers and policy makers outside of the store. That’s why we need to join  others to demand stronger laws on toxic chemicals and on banning e-waste exports.

There are billions of people out there who want access to incredible wide of information and entertainment that the electronics offer. But it’s the access they want, not all the toxic garbage. So, let’s get our brains working on sending that old design for the dump mentality to the dump where it belongs and instead building electronic industry and a global society that is designed to last.
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Imagine that instead of all this toxic e-waste piling up in our garages and the streets of Guiyu, we sent it to the garages of the CEOs who made it. You can bet that they’d / be on the phone to their designers pretty fast demanding they stop designing for the dump.

Making companies deal with their e-waste is called Extended Producer Responsibility or Product Take-back. If all these old gadgets were their problem, it would be cheaper for them to just design them longer lasting, less toxic, and more recyclable in the first place. They could even make them modular so that when one part broke, they could just send us a new piece instead of taking back the whole broken mess.

Already take-back laws are popping up all over Europe and Asia. In the U.S. many cities and states are passing similar laws. These laws need to be protected and strengthened. It’s time to get these brainiacs on our side. With take-back laws and citizen action to demand greener products, we can start a race to the top, where designers compete to make long-lasting, toxic-free products.

 

So let’s have a green Moore’s law. How about the use of toxic chemicals will be cut in half every 18 months? The number of workers poisoned will decline at an ever faster rate? We need to give these designers a challenge / they can rise to and do what they do best. Innovate! Already, some of them are realizing they’re too smart to be dump designers and / are figuring out how to make computers without PVC or toxic flame retardants. Good Job, guys!

But we can do even more. When we take our e-waste to recyclers, we can make sure they don’t export it to developing countries. And when we do need to buy new gadgets, we can choose greener products. But the truth is we are never going to just shop our way out of this problem, because the choices available to us at the store are limited by the choices of designers and policy makers outside of the store. That’s why we need to join with others to demand stronger laws on toxic chemicals and on banning e-waste exports.

There are billions of people out there who want access to the incredible web of information and entertainment that / electronics offer. But it’s the access they want, not all the toxic garbage. So, let’s get our brains working on sending that old design for the dump mentality to the dump where it belongs and instead building an electronics industry and a global society that’s designed to last.




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Imagine that instead of all the toxic e-waste * up in our garages or on the streets * we and you, we send it to the garages of the CEOs who made it. You can * they * phones to their designers pretty fast demanding them stop designing for the dump. Making companies deal with their e-waste is called “Extended producer responsibility” or product take back. If all these old gadgets with their problem, it will be cheaper for them to just design them longer lasting, less toxic and more recyclable in the first place. They could even make them * so when a part broke, they could just send us a new piece instead of taking back the whole broken mass.

Already “take back” laws are popping up all over Europe and Asia, in the US, many citizen states are passing similar laws. These laws are to be protected and strengthened. It’s time to get these brain * on our side. With “take back” laws and citizen action to demand greener products, we can start to race to the top, or designers compete to make long lasting, toxic-free products.

So let’s have a green Moore’s law. How about the use of toxic chemicals we can’t have every 18 months. The number of workers poisoned * even faster rate. We need to give these designers a challenge they can * to. And do what they do best, *. Already, some of them are realizing they are too smart to dump designers and they’re figuring out how to make computers without PVCs or toxic flame retardants.

Good job, guys. But we can do even more. When we take our e-waste recyclers, we can make sure that they don’t export to the developing countries. And when we do need to buy new gadgets, we can choose greener products. But the truth is we’re never going to do shop in our way out of the question, because the choices available to us in the store are limited by the choices of designers and policy makers outside the store. That’s why we need to join with others to demand stronger laws on toxic chemicals and banning e-waste export.


There’re billions of people out there who want to access incredible web of information and entertainment that electronics offer. But if the access they want, not all the toxic garbage. So let’s get our brains working on sending that old designs for the dump * to the dump where it belongs. And instead, building electronic industry and global society, it’s designed to last.
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