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.
May 20, 2009
The EICC’s first annual report discusses the background, objectives, and structure of the organization, and highlights key learnings and achievements made since the inception of the EICC in 2004.
Pilot Summary Report: Building Capabilities to Implement CSR Management Systems at ICT Suppliers in China
Jul 01, 2008
Drawing on research conducted by the Foreign Investment Advisory Service, four in-factory pilots were conducted focused on improving corporate social responsibility management systems and related worker-management communications approaches while measuring the impacts, costs and benefits of each pilot.
Jun 02, 2008
This study examines how aluminum, cobalt, copper, gold, palladium and tin are mined, recycled, purchased and where they are used in electronics products. The report also draws conclusions and recommendations on whether and how companies can effectively influence social and environmental issues associated with production of metals used in electronic products.
Jul 02, 2007
This report examines strategies and activities that could improve social and environmental conditions and also provide business benefits to the ICT supply chain. The report summarizes the research findings of the diagnostic assessment, a multi-stakeholder workshop and the recommended capability-building strategy.