This post is part of Global Wire Associates’ Recharge E-Waste Campaign.
Thanks to the almost 300 entrants to our Recharge E-waste contest. We got so many awesome answers, but we were only able to select a few for publication. All of the winners will receive a refurbished iPod Nano and one free consultation with a Global Wire Associates staff member. We asked you guys to tell us your “recharging” stories, and these are the top responses.
We received the video above from Melinda Farro of New Rochelle, New York, USA, which is about Kelvin Doe, a young Sierra Leonean who created his own radio station out of used batteries, generators and transmitters he found in the trash. Doe became the youngest person in history to be invited to the “Visiting Practitioner’s Program” at MIT. “I really love this kid,” Farro said. “It is really great to see our…
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