‘About 100,000 computers are decommissioned in Ireland every year. And Camara (a West African word meaning teacher) has its eight-year-old roots in one mass disposal.’ Above, recycled Irish computers being used at a school in Lusaka, Zambia’

If you’re getting rid of an old computer, these days, you could probably earn a few quid for it from a recycler. The more valuable parts will then (...)