In approximately three weeks, a freight train carrying thousands of Hewlett-Packard notebooks and displays makes its way from Chongqing, China to distributors and customers in Duisburg, Germany. This modern-day Silk Road covers two continents, six countries and more than 6,700 miles.
Despite the distance, the journey is cost-effective and better for the environment than air transport, and it’s faster than ocean shipping.
The HP Catalyst Initiative explores the future of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) education by using technology in powerful ways to create new learning experiences that help students be more successful.
Today’s pace-setters in corporate sustainability and social innovation attended what was billed as “the CSR party of the year” – the 4th annual Ethical Corporation Responsible Business Awards ceremony in London, UK (June 24th). HP was proud to be there, scooping first place in the coveted Best Business/NGO Partnership awards category for its collaboration with the Clinton Health Access Initiative (CHAI).
One of the greatest joys in recruiting is the feeling of making an impact in someone’s life by providing them with a great career. In my opinion, that same feeling of pride and impact is doubled when that new hire is a military veteran. At HP, we’ve made it a company-wide initiative to work harder at hiring veterans.
Since launching a dedicated, focused effort in attracting and hiring military veterans this time last year we have experienced great strides! We’ve accomplished a number of tremendous things in a short time and continue to drive forward to hire military veterans.
Since 1987 when we began recycling hardware, HP has recovered over 2.3 billion pounds of products for reuse and recycling. HP helps extend the life of IT hardware through our remanufacturing programs, reducing environmental impacts and making IT equipment accessible to more people. We recycle products that are no longer suitable for reuse.
Verizon Foundation Director of Education Initiatives Named one of 19 Aspen Institute First Mover Fellows
New York, June 5, 2013 /3BL Media/ - The Aspen Institute Business and Society Program today announces the fifth class of First Mover Fellows, individuals who are working within companies to unite business growth with a sustainable society in the products and services they are developing.
The report shows how the company's products, solutions, services and expertise can help their customers to grow their business sustainably.
May 30, 2013 /3BL Media/ - HP is pleased to announce its 2012 Global Citizenship Report, now available at www.hp.com/globalcitizenship. HP is committed to transparent reporting on global citizenship that demonstrates accountability to their stakeholders. HP has reported on their global citizenship programs, performance, and goals every year since they published their first Global Citizenship Report for 2001. HP's global citizenship agenda covers a broad spectrum, including governance, environment, and society.