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HP Announces Goal to Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions of Product Portfolio

With latest initiative, HP becomes only global IT company to set carbon reduction goals for entire value chain
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PALO ALTO, Calif., September 24, 2014 /3BL Media/ — As part of ongoing efforts to lower its carbon footprint across all phases of its business, HP today 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 the only global IT company to have set carbon reduction goals for all three parts of its value chain—operations, supply chain and product portfolio.

HP and Stop Hunger Now Join Forces in the Fight Against Hunger

by Rebecca Wang, Senior Manager, Community Engagement, HP
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At HP, we are continuing the steady drumbeat of activity that makes up HP Living Progress, our vision for creating a better future for everyone through our actions and innovations.

Join the HP Living Progress Exchange online forum Sept. 9

by Gabi Zedlmayer
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How can we create a better future for everyone, together?

On Sept. 9, leaders in government, business, academia and civil society will join me and other HP colleagues in an online forum to address this question at the first global HP Living Progress Exchange.

HP LIFE e-Learning Helps Students on Route to SkillsUSA Gold Medal Win

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At HP, we are igniting a passion for entrepreneurship among students at community colleges throughout the United States.

HP's Meg Whitman Accepts the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

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After a challenge from Dell’s Michael Dell, HP Chairman & CEO Meg Whitman has accepted the ALS #IceBucketChallenge. 

She now nominates Condoleezza Rice, General Motors CEO Mary Barra and Mitt Romney.

HP’s Journey to a Conflict-Free Supply Chain

by Jay Celorie, HP Conflict Minerals Program Manager
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Inside nearly every piece of technology that we rely on—from our laptops and tablets to cars and airplanes—are the minerals tantalum, tin, tungsten and gold. However, for nearly two decades, the mining of some of these minerals in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) has been linked to the funding of armed groups waging a civil war in the country, and it has had tragic human rights consequences. As a result, the minerals have collectively been termed “conflict minerals.”

Guest Post - More Barn: Neil Young and CSR Leadership

by Paul Klein
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“I once went down to Neil’s ranch and he rowed me out into the middle of the lake—putting my life in his hands once again. He waved at someone invisible and music started to play, in the countryside. I realized Neil had his house wired as the left speaker, and his barn wired as the right speaker. And Elliot Mazer, his engineer, said ‘How is it?’ And Neil shouted back . . . ‘More Barn!’” —Graham Nash, talking about how Neil Young first played him Harvest.

2014 Social Innovation Relay Winners

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What do malaria-fighting mosquito traps, a hydro-bucket that can reintroduce plant life to arid regions and urban-exploration mobile apps have in common?

Bright young minds have been hard at work coming up with these creative ideas.

Partnership with DreamWorks Animation and Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital Brightens Children’s Lives

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For children receiving medical care, hospital stays can be a time of isolation, fear, and long periods of boredom. But thanks to a partnership between HP, DreamWorks Animation, and the Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital Stanford, pediatric patients at the hospital had a chance to unleash their creativity and imaginations by designing artwork that now hangs in HP’s Palo Alto facility.

HP Living Progress Exchange Opens with Creative, Transparent Dialogue

by Chris Librie, Senior Director, Strategy and Communications, HP Corporate Affairs
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What does one of the world’s largest IT companies have in common with one of the world’s leading manufacturers and retailers of footwear, apparel and gear for the outdoor lifestyle? Quite a lot, actually, as I learned from Margaret Morey-Reuner, director of Strategic Partnerships, Business Development and Values Marketing at Timberland.

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