This year, the amount of worldwide e-waste is expected to be about 50 million tons. The world’s growing demand to gather and compute enormous amounts of data will continue to consume energy and materials at unprecedented rates, so this amount is likely to rise. At HPE, it’s a business imperative to create a Circular Economy that eliminates waste – and saves IT departments money.
Imagine turning a $25 loan into more than $21 million, impacting more than 1 million people globally, in just five years. No, this isn’t the latest Shark Tank pitch. It is the outcome of Hewlett Packard Company’s Matter to a Million employee-engagement program.
Applying the circular economy method is likely the right choice for your business—assuming you want to save money and help the planet. It involves developing IT consumption processes that reflect on corporate ethics and responsibility and enable a more sustainable business environment.
CEO Antonio Neri shares how HPE and the World Economic Forum are convening global leaders to help solve for world hunger by 2030
In partnership with the World Economic Forum, HPE launches a new open collaboration focused on bringing together the brightest minds in technology, industry and government to power meaningful societal change by the year 2030
Tech Impact 2030 will focus on tackling key societal challenges facing global populations — starting with helping to solve world hunger by 2030