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For 50+ years, HP has valued and practiced environmental stewardship. We place particular emphasis on three key areas: climate and energy, product reuse and recycling and supply chain responsibility.

 

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Last fall, HP became the first company in the IT industry to require direct employment of foreign migrant workers in its supply chain with the release of the HP Foreign Migrant Worker Standard.

Three months after HP the release of this new standard...

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This week, the Electronic Industry Citizenship Coalition (EICC), a nonprofit coalition of many of the world’s largest leading electronics companies — including Apple, Cisco, Dell, Eastman Kodak...

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Companies are under increasing pressure to improve transparency across their supply chains and introduce more stringent procurement policies covering issues including human rights, corruption, and social and environmental impacts. Whilst much of the...

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The Internet of Things (IoT) will include some 30 billion connected devices by 2020, according to analyst firm Gartner. Although the IoT holds promise for promoting global sustainability, there is a growing concern of what becomes of these devices when they reach end of...

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SustainAbility launched a tool to help companies improve transparency in their sustainability reporting. The report notes that in order for transparency to instigate change, companies must increase their efforts on three transparency elements: materiality, valuation of externalities and integration.

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In February 2014 HP launched Matter to a Million, a five-year global partnership with non-profit micro-lending platform Kiva. In the first stage of this novel collaboration, HP provided a $25 credit for every one of its employees...

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PALO ALTO, Calif., Nov.10 2014 —HP today took a major step forward in expanding its leading supply chain program on preventing exploitative labor practices and forced labor. HP is the first company in the IT industry to require direct employment of foreign migrant workers in its supply chain. The additional standard...

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Karen Little, Director of Development at Kiva, and Ann Ewasechko, Global Manager of Strategic Partnerships & Innovation in Education at HP, discussed the great success of their joint social campaign “Matter to a Million” during a Wednesday afternoon session. 

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During the bustling lunch hour on Tuesday in the Activation Hub at SB ’14 London, HP hosted a Living Progress Exchange (LPX) session that was going on concurrently online via a Convetit ThinkThank.

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On Wednesday, I had the pleasure to attend Metrics that Matter, Messages that Motivate — Making the Right Case for Sustainability in Healthcare, an event hosted by The Wharton Initiative for Global Environmental Leadership (Wharton...

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“Don’t fight forces, use them.” — Buckminster Fuller

At Sustainable Brands, we believe — with a level of passion typical of unabashed optimists — that sustainability can be one of the few most valuable drivers of innovation for many years to come, provided business...

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As Julia Roberts (as “Mother Nature”) chillingly points out at the end of her rant against the human race in Conservation International (CI)’s new Nature Is Speaking campaign: “I am prepared to evolve. Are you?”

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Straight through to the end of the final day, #NewMetrics ’14 continued to introduce ideas and tools for gathering intelligence from previously unavailable or unusable data, as panelists from all over the world gathered to share their experiences, tools, tips and lessons learned.

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As part of ongoing efforts to lower its carbon footprint across all phases of its business, HP has announced a goal to reduce the emissions intensity of its product portfolio(1) by 40 percent by 2020 compared to 2010 levels.(2)

With this announcement, HP becomes...

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It’s six o’clock in the morning in San Jose, Costa Rica, and I am heading off for a day at La Selva, one of the country’s rainforests. In the lobby I meet with Dr. Jorge Ahumada from Conservation International (CI) and his team, who kindly host me and my HP colleagues on this trip.

A 90-minute cross-country ride lies ahead of us...