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Why Should Businesses Care About Sustainability? Because Investors and Customers Do

by Lara Birkes, HPE’s Chief Sustainability Officer and Vice President, Living Progress
Blog

As world leaders gather in New York City next week for the 71st session of the United Nations General Assembly, I am reminded what a difference a year makes. Last year, at their 70th session, the UNGA released a bold set of 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to advance social, environmental and economic progress by 2030. Then in December, 195 country leaders gathered in Paris to adopt the first-ever universal, legally binding global climate deal.

HPE and HP Inc. Honored by Civic 50 for Community Service Leadership

by Rebecca Wang, Senior Manager, Community Engagement at Hewlett Packard Enterprise.
Blog

It’s always gratifying to be recognized for good work, whether it’s for a personal accomplishment or meeting a professional goal. Our team was thrilled to hear that Hewlett-Packard Company was named one of the Civic 50’s top 50 most community-minded companies in 2016, and the Technology Sector Leader for the third consecutive year.

How HPE Living Progress Challenge Uses Technology to Better Lives

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How can technology change the world? Ten innovative organizations share ideas that will help improve lives and offer economic opportunities at the Living Progress Challenge Finals. Judges, finalists and visionaries share thoughts on the experience. How can you use technology to benefit society? 

Watch the video on YouTube here.

Learn more about HPE's Living Progress Challenge here.

HPE: Why Diversity Matters

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In August 2015, the progressive Rainbow PUSH Coalition lauded HP Inc. and Hewlett Packard Enterprise for creating “the most diverse boards of any tech company in America.” And, earlier this year, the U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce commended our company for “…seeking to reflect the diversity of the communities it serves in its Board of Directors.” Take a seat with CEO Meg Whitman and HPE Board of Directors.

Watch the video here.

Here's Progress, the Hewlett Packard Enterprise Way

by Heather Clancy
Article

One cornerstone of Hewlett Packard Enterprise’s sustainability strategy, albeit somewhat self-serving, centers on encouraging the use of information technology for "social good."

Driving Change in Uncertain Times: Why HPE & Shell are Working Together on the 2016 Eco-Marathon

by Mireille Heijnen, Head of Social & Environmental Responsibility, EMEA/APJ
Blog

Shell Eco-marathon is one of the most challenging student innovation competitions in the world, where teams are challenged to design, build and test ultra-energy-efficient vehicles with the aim of creating a vehicle that can drive the furthest on the equivalent of one kWh or one litre of fuel. The team that goes the furthest, wins.

A Day of Data-Driven Inspiration at the HPE Living Progress Challenge

by Joy King, Product Marketing and Field Engagement for Big Data Platform
Blog

I had the privilege of being one of five judges for the HPE Living Progress Challenge, a program that issued a challenge – “Millions of people who can’t access the power of technology are being left behind, excluded from a world of opportunity.  What software applications and digital services would you create to improve people’s lives?”  This program made me proud to be an HPE employee and I expected to be impressed.  I didn’t expect to cry.

The Power of Digital Inclusion: Hewlett Packard Enterprise Announces Living Progress Challenge Winners

Detect IT: Fish, MentorME, Worth 2.0 and All For Good to help millions of people and accelerate opportunity
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Revolutionizing volunteerism, helping high school students find the mentors they need, expanding financial inclusion, and cracking down on illegal fishing—what would you do to help change the world and accelerate opportunity for millions of people around the world using software and digital services?

Announcing the Winners of the Living Progress Challenge

by Chris Wellise, Director of Strategic Initiatives for HPE Living Progress
Blog

It was a day full of inspiration, creativity and emotion.

On August 3, I was honored to watch as the 10 finalists of the Living Progress Challenge gathered on stage at the New Lab venue in New York, and pitched their prototypes for digital solutions to accelerate social good.

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