Gorillas put Congo on electronics industry's radar

Electronics businesses are about to come under renewed pressure to take responsibility for the devastating impacts of obtaining tantalum ore used in their products from the Democratic Republic of Congo. Two separate projects are currently being planned - one led by the Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund, the other by the ICT industry through the Global e-Sustainability Initiative - to persuade firms to engage with the issue.

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