Most people's grandmothers and mothers struggle with technology, but this photo tells an unusual story, where people in developing countries work to salvage what they can from the masses of waste from consumer-driven electronics. This image may help viewers connect the dots between their individual consumption of electronics, to the harmful and wasteful aspects of the industry that contributes to climate change.
WHAT IT SHOWS: A village named Muftaffabad Loni on the outskirts of New Delhi, India that specializes in recycling circuit boards from electronics. The boards are taken out of electronics in other areas of New Delhi. Some of the boards are burned, some are dipped in sulfuric acid to get the metals separated from the plastics.