Digital solutions and environmental technologies can help to reduce carbon emissions. However, they general rely on specific resources whose extraction, in some cases, damages the environment and is associated with human rights abuses and conflict.
What can be done to ensure that the extraction of resources for which there is a particularly high demand does not trigger or worsen conflicts in the producer countries or on the international level? How can recycling and innovation contribute to avoid resource conflicts?
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