Blog Posts By:

Nathan Proctor,
Director, Campaign for the Right to Repair

2021 is shaping up to be a big year for our efforts to secure your right to fix your stuff.

The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) shows off many new products -- the Right to Repair coalition is judging which ones are worst for people and the planet.  

A look at 2020 highlights and milestones for the campaign to fix our stuff, and a look ahead to 2021

The latest installment of our ongoing blog series "Junked by Design" 

Buying a refurbished computer can save money and cut waste. It might also be a key strategy in addressing the digital divide

With a shortage of computers for students this fall, many are left wondering how they will connect. Our guide helps you shop for a refurbished computer with confidence. 

If the quarantine has inspired you to get rid of old stuff – including old devices you’ve been holding on to – finding avenues for reuse, then recycling, is a responsible way to move on.  

Right to Repair advocates continue to support hospitals’ ability to fix their equipment, and other campaign updates.

Electronics recycler Eric Lungren is donating light towers to help hospitals treat patients in emergency triage facilities. 

As manufacturers block access to manuals and other fix-it information, biomedical repair technicians press for reform.