- “The moral dilemmas of e-waste” was written in the preparation of the field trip. Should e-waste trade be stopped because it’s hazardous, or should it be kept as a local source of income? ICT Works, 21/03/2014.
- This piece was written before our field trip in 2014. The unfortunate heading gives way to an accurate description of the ideals behind the trip (in Spanish). “Viaje al cementerio de los ordenadores” . La Nueva España, 15/06/2014.
- Here you can find the reactions after the field trip, under the reflection that e-waste is the way of life for many people (in Spanish). “Evitar el tráfico de ordenadores privaría a muchos africanos de su forma de vida“. 10/09/2014
- “Agbogbloshie can save itself”, that’s what we said to The Accra Report in the article “Agbogbloshie: a local solution for a global tragedy“, a viewpoint remarkably different from the dominant discourse. The Accra Report. 27/09/2014.
- The biggest newspaper in Spain featured our friends from AMP in “Agbogbloshie, ideas entre tóxicos“. We only get to be mentioned (although we’re not British!) but it’s worth reading. El País, Planeta Futuro. 23/09/2014.
- “Tools for informal e-waste recyclers in Agbogbloshie, Ghana“. MSc dissertation. August 2014.
- “A pedal-powered cable shredder as an alternative to cable burning“. Submitted to UNU’s E-waste Academy, November 2014.
- “Mapeando el procesamiento de basura electrónica en Agbogbloshie, Ghana“. Published in the journal “Ecología Política”. January 2015.
- “Open source hardware technologies for e-waste recycling“. Published in the proceedings of IFIP 9.4. May 2015.