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From the world record for most cellphones recycled in one week to reducing its carbon emissions within its operations, Former Sprint CEO Dan Hesse talks about the company’s commitment to a greener business.
Focusing on empowering individuals and companies and understanding the impact of these changes, BSR’s Manager of Advisory Services David Korngold details the findings of the report created with The Wireless Foundation on how wireless creates a greener transportation industry.
Working with wireless companies to find ways to make the industry more sustainable and help its consumers be green, CTIA’s Green Working Group focusing on several initiatives, including reducing packaging waste and encouraging wireless users to recycling their “old” devices and accessories.
Eliminating its carbon footprint altogether, VP Energy’s Engineering Manager David Dekarske discusses the electro fuel cell that “recycles” water by using waste water to primarily fuel the cell to create green energy for businesses and consumers.
While on the road with her young daughter, NaToshya Reed started to suffer an asthma attack, limiting her ability to talk and breathe. Utilizing the OnStar service in her car as well as her personal device, she communicated with emergency responders for quick assistance.
We use our mobile devices for everything, but in order to keep up with our mobile lifestyle, CTIA President and CEO Meredith Attwell Baker explains why wireless companies need more spectrum. As independent reports project even more usage by consumers, spectrum is critical to more robust, faster and more advanced mobile services.
From providing apps that help consumers remotely track, lock and wipe their devices to working with law enforcement to prevent lost or stolen devices from being reactivated, the wireless industry remains committed to protecting consumers and their personal information.
The Boston Metropolitan Water Resources Authority uses wireless to identify and respond to problems quickly as well as improve its management of water quality and flow.