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HPE Joins Other Sustainability Leaders Committed to 100% Renewable Power

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HPE is among a group of world-leading businesses from diverse sectors of the economy that today, during Climate Week NYC 2016, joined RE100 with commitments to 100% renewable power.

Learn more about RE100 here.

Read HPE's Inspiring Progress blog "HPE Commits to 100% Renewable Energy with RE100". 

 

The Living Progress Challenge Proposal Phase is Complete—and the Winners are:

by Christopher Wellise, Director of Strategic Initiatives for HPE Living Progress
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Visionary. Practical. Audacious. Insightful.

The 20 winners of the Proposal Phase of the Living Progress Challenge are all these things and more. Each of them has the potential to positively impact lives.

UN Debate, Paris Agreement Signing Cap an Earth Day to Remember

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Happy Earth Day 2016, and greetings from New York City where history is unfolding today at the UN with more than 165 global leaders gathering to sign the Paris Agreement adopted at COP21 in December.

The mood is jubilant but it is also a reminder that—as a global community—we have a tremendous amount of work ahead to put the Agreement into action and keep the global temperature rise below 2 degrees Celsius.

VIDEO: Hewlett Packard Enterprise Living Progress Challenge

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The Living Progress Challenge invites the global community to answer the question: What software applications and digital services would you create to improve lives?

To learn more and participate, visit: http://livingprogresschallenge.hpe.com/

See our YouTube channel for this and other HPE videos.

The Living Progress Challenge: What’s Your Great Idea?

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Imagine being a stranger in a strange land. Unable to speak the language, unable to easily find food and shelter. These people often feel lost and alone; forced to make a bewildering number of decisions alone.

Now imagine how a digital application could change the situation.

Think what a lifeline it would be to have a mobile phone app available in many languages that could quickly identify local emergency and shelter services. With the app people could find out where to get donated clothing, how to take beginner language classes, and how to get medical assistance.

The Office Green View in France

By Ludovic Chambe, Project and Sustainable Development Manager at CBRE France
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In recent months, CBRE has conducted a thorough analysis of sustainable real estate in 10 key cities in France spanning Paris, Lyon, Toulouse, Bordeaux, Lille, Nantes, Strasbourg, Marseille, Montpellier, Nice.

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