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., 2010 Basel Convention on the Control of Transboundary Movements of Hazardous Wastes and their Disposal - Adopted on 22 March 1989 - Entered into force on 5 May 1992 - 179 Parties to the Convention as of September 2012 - E-waste is listed in Annex VIII as A1180 (hazardous waste) and Annex IX as B1110 (waste containing materials with hazardous characteristics) The Conference of the Parties to the Basel Convention, 8th Meeting, Nairobi 2006: Decision VIII/2: … - Recommended that Parties phase out technologies which are not environmentally sound and that they promote the development and introduction of innovative, safe and sound technologies for the treatment, recycling or recovery of e-waste … … Mobile Phone Partnership Initiative (MPPI) • The Mobile Phone Partnership Initiative (MPPI) was launched in 2002, during the sixth meeting of the Conference of the Parties to the Basel Convention. • 12 manufacturers entered into a partnership on mobile phones, with the Basel Convention Parties and in cooperation with other stakeholders. • MPPI developed guidelines and promoted the different stages for environmentally sound management of used and end-of-life mobile phones. 6 1984 5kg 1985 770g 1989 349g 2001 75g Mobile Phone Partnership Initiative (MPPI) MPPI products that have been developed: • Guideline on - Refurbishment of Used Mobile Phones - Collection of Used Mobile Phones - Material Recovery and Recycling of End-of-Life Mobile Phones - Awareness Raising-Design Considerations - Transboundary Movement of Collected Mobile Phones • Glossary of Terms • Guidance Document on the environmentally sound management of used and end-of-life mobile phones Available on the MPPI website: http://www.basel.int/industry/mppi.html 7 http://www.basel.int/industry/mppi.html Partnership for Action on Computing Equipment (PACE) • PACE was launched by the 9th meeting of the Conference of the Parties to the Basel Convention, which took place in Bali, Indonesia in June 2008. • PACE is a multi-stakeholder partnership under the umbrella of the Basel Convention that provides a forum for representatives of - personal computer manufacturers, - recyclers, - international organizations, - academia, - environmental groups, and - governments to tackle the environmentally sound management (ESM), refurbishment, recycling and disposal of used and end-of-life computing equipment. 8 Partnership for Action on Computing Equipment (PACE) PACE products that have been developed: - Two draft guidelines: 1. (...) UNEP Secretariat of the Basel, Rotterdam and Stockholm Conventions 15, Chemin des Anemones CH-1219 Chatelaine, Geneva Phone: +41 22 917 8767 Fax: +41 22 797 34 54 E-mail: matthias.kern@unep.org Website: www.basel.int mailto:matthias.kern@unep.org Slide Number 1 Slide Number 2 A rapidly growing problem: Slide Number 4 Slide Number 5 Mobile Phone Partnership Initiative (MPPI) Mobile Phone Partnership Initiative (MPPI) Partnership for Action on Computing Equipment (PACE) Partnership for Action on Computing Equipment (PACE) Slide Number 10
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Score: 1247342.5 - https://www.itu.int/dms_pub/it.../06/5B/T065B0000280013PDFE.pdf
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You have an old, inexpensive mobile phone with which you can only make and receive calls. (...) “Message Optimizer turns every mobile phone into a mobile computing and mobile authentication device,” states ForgetMeNot Africa. (...) First, a mobile phone subscriber sends an SMS to a given short code.
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Score: 1246955 - https://www.un.org/africarenew...gazine/april-2012/africa-wired
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There is a general misconception that Japanese people use their mobile phone mostly while commuting. In fact, a large majority (46.2 per cent) of Japanese use their mobile phone at home to make calls (Figure 1, left chart). (...) Another interesting aspect of mobile phone use in Japan is the portability and proximity of the device to the human user. (...) Kyoko woke up at 6.30 AM to the sound of her mobile phone. She checks her keitai (the Japanese word for mobile phone) immediately for new mails: 10 e-mails from friends/family and 5 SPAM messages.
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Score: 1246944.3 - https://www.itu.int/osg/spu/spunews/2004/flash/march.html
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The list will assist consumers and automakers in determining which mobile phones are optimized for high-quality voice conversations in the hands-free environment of vehicles. (...) This variance has resulted in automakers dedicating a significant amount of time and money to the testing of mobile phones, producing results that remain valid only until the new software for mobile phones or the next generation of mobile devices come to market. The list aims to encourage mobile phone manufacturers to follow the requirements of relevant ITU-T standards and to participate in ITU testing events that analyse the behaviour of their products in conjunction with vehicle HFTs.
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Score: 1245997.95 - https://www.itu.int/net/presso...ce/press_releases/2015/05.aspx
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Please see detailed report attached Context of interference Interference will occur when : 1. A mobile phone or system is using the 2.3-2.4GHz spectrum and: 2. (...) · Interference to ALD and Bluetooth devices will be random and unexplained to users · By the very nature of mobile phones they are used mainly adjacent to the ear either of the person using the phone, or when in a crowd adjacent to other people’s heads. The user of the phone will not know which spectrum is in use by their phone. · A mobile phone user on the 2.3-2.4GHz band walking past a window can cause interference to systems or devices within that room · Those using Medical and Hearing devices will be disadvantaged from using 2.3-2.4GHz enabled phones.
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Score: 1245572.95 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/j...uments/docs-2015/Doc%20188.doc
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Facts and figures 2021 About ITU Radiocommunication Standardization Development About ITU Radiocommunication Standardization Development Mobile phone ownership Foreword Internet use The gender digital divide Youth Internet use Internet use in urban and rural areas Subscriptions Mobile network coverage International bandwidth usage Affordability of ICT services Mobile phone ownership ICT skills Methodology Mobile phone is becoming ubiquitous In almost half of the countries for which data are available for the 2018-2020 time-frame, more than 90 per cent of the population own a mobile phone. (...) In one-half of the 60 countries for which data are available for the 2018-2020 time-frame, gender parity in mobile phone ownership has been achieved, and in ten more countries, more women than men own a mobile phone. Nevertheless, in 21 countries, women lag behind men in mobile phone ownership, in some cases by a large margin.
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Score: 1244799.9 - https://www.itu.int/itu-d/repo.../11/15/mobile-phone-ownership/
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Szucha 25 00-918 Warszawa Poland Phone: +48 22 34 74 164 Mobile: + 48 501 495 477 Email: danuta.pusek@men.gov.pl Republic of Moldova Ms. (...) MD 2005 Chisinau Republic of Moldova Phone: + 373 2220 45 13 Mobile: +373 69972257 Fax: + 373 22 22 68 58 Email: norocea@mediu.gov.md Romania Ms. (...) Davydova, Kyiv, 02154, Ukraine 02154 Kyiv Ukraine Phone: +380442063186 Mobile: +380675005753 Email: eesd@ukr.net NGO Planet'ERE Prof.
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Score: 1244734.4 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...Final_List_of_Participants.pdf
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All they need is their m-commerce enabled mobile phone. SK Telecom’s Moneta service has more than 470,000 terminals around the country that will accept payments via RFID chips embedded in mobile phones. (...) The purchase is then assigned to the mobile user. Users can also use their mobile phones to pay for public transit. (...) In the case of the former, the service is charged to the mobile phone user who sends the message. In the case of the latter, the service is charged to the mobile phone user receiving the message.
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Score: 1243545.2 - https://www.itu.int/osg/spu/spunews/2004/flash/april.html
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Find out · What we need to do · What success we can have by referring to how Nissan deals with Telematics and mobile phones from an automotive viewpoint. Find out · What we need to do · What success we can have by referring to how Nissan deals with Telematics and mobile phones from an automotive viewpoint. (...) “The Fully Networked Car, A Workshop on ICT in Vehicles” ITU-T Geneva, 2-4 March 2005 Could 4G mobile phone be messiah? üNext generation mobile phone may have powerful ability Is it possible to realize “plug and play” capability? (...) Win-Win-Win relation among User, mobile phone and Car is the key factor to success.
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Score: 1242363.8 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-T/work...03/presentations/os-ikuera.pdf
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There are about 3.5 million fixed-line phones and about 0.35 million mobile phone. The mobile service started in 1990. (...) The mobile phone customers would keep their phones shut, or would avoid giving their mobile numbers to others and often refused to take the call, if they thought it was not important for them. (...) The figure thus arrived at should be the share of the mobile operators from a fixed-mobile phone call. 13.
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Score: 1242358.2 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/treg...R/DSR/documents/document48.pdf
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