Ted Smith (environmentalist)

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Ted Smith (born July 15, 1945) is the founder and former executive director of the Silicon Valley Toxics Coalition,[1] co-founder of the International Campaign for Responsible Technology,[2] and chair of the Electronics TakeBack Coalition steering committee.[3]

Smith is a former VISTA Volunteer, a 1967 graduate of Wesleyan University, and a 1972 graduate of Stanford Law School.

In 2001, Smith was recognized for his environmental leadership [4] and in 2006 co-edited the book, Challenging the Chip: Labor Rights and Environmental Justice in the Global Electronics Industry.[5]


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