Publications


Publications

  • 2010 EICC Annual Report
    Oct 14, 2011

    The EICC's third annual report introduces new programs in minerals extraction, capability building, and employee health and welfare and provides an update on their progress and performance on critical ongoing programs.
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  • A Practical Approach to Greening the Electronics Supply Chain
    Sep 19, 2011

    This report discusses the EICC's activities to simplify and streamline the Carbon Reporting System, resulting in increased supplier awareness on measuring greenhouse gas emissions and water usage, an increased visibility for customers into supplier emissions, and a reduction in reporting redundancy.
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  • Electronics Supply Networks and Water Pollution in China
    Dec 16, 2010

    Focusing on wastewater management, BSR analyzed a sample of China-based suppliers to EICC members. The assessment findings provide helpful information for EICC members, and also demonstrate the usefulness of an NGO’s public database as one tool in a comprehensive supplier evaluation and development program.
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  • A Practical Approach to Greening the Electronics Supply Chain
    Jul 01, 2010

    This report reflects on the Electronic Industry Citizenship Coalition’s efforts to increase transparency and focus on emissions reduction with respect to greenhouse gases (GHG) in the electronics industry.
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  • 2009 EICC Annual Report
    May 05, 2010

    The Electronic Industry Citizenship Coalition’s second annual report offers an accounting of their programs and performance, and discusses their work in areas including the audit program, environmental sustainability, metals extraction, and stakeholder engagement.
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  • Tracing a Path Forward: A Study of the Challenges of the Supply Chain for Target Metals Used in Electronics
    Apr 22, 2010

    This report is designed to help companies map tantalum, tin, tungsten and gold in their supply chains, understand how supplier codes of conduct address social, environmental, health and labor issues in the extractives industry, and support transparency in the supply chain about minerals extraction.
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