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Think Globally, Act Locally: This Mom's Fight for Digital Equity is a Lesson For Us All

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“I’m not supposed to be here,” says Tanesha Grant, founder of Parents Supporting Parents NYC, a nonprofit aiming to help New York City kids bridge the digital divide. “I was supposed to be that left-behind child, a foster child, but I’m here, lifting my voice and lending my experience with school as a Black woman in this country.”

Print My Ride: How 3D Technology Is Keeping Vehicles on the Road and Out of the Scrapyard

Additive manufacturing is reviving older vehicles and reducing waste, with 3D-printed spare parts that may be even better than the originals.
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The automaker Nissan stopped making the R32 Nissan Skyline GT-R in 1994, but the performance sports car is still beloved by enthusiasts in Japan and beyond. Earlier this year, Nissan announced that it would start using HP Jet Fusion 3D printers to create a much-needed spare part for the R32 Skyline GT-R — a plastic harness protector. Customers were thrilled.

Meet 16 Gen Z Leaders Who Are Making an Impact

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Jay’Aina “Jay Jay” Patton, age 16, is one of many teens and young adults in Generation Z who have decided they are not going to wait for older generations. They are going to be, as the familiar saying goes, “the change you want to see in the world.” 

Jay Jay has already inspired legions of Black techies and other young people to learn to code through the Unlock Academy, a digital coding school founded by her father, further spreading the potential for a different future. 

Plant-Powered Packaging Protects Products and the Planet

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If you’ve picked up a carton of eggs at the supermarket or plucked your new cell phone from its box, you’re familiar with molded fiber packaging.

Accelerating Leadership in a Consequential Decade Through Action and Accountability

By Ellen Jackowski, Chief Sustainability & Social Impact Officer, HP Inc.
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We are in the most consequential decade of our time. The actions we take today will determine whether we, as a global community, can avert the worst impacts of the climate crisis and reckon with the inequities that prevent far too many from accessing opportunities. Businesses must lead the transformation with urgent actions aligned with the latest science, and be held accountable through reliable, transparent reporting.

HP Inc. Commits to Accelerate Digital Equity for 150 Million People by 2030

Announces release of annual Sustainable Impact Report, highlighting progress toward its goal of creating a more sustainable and just technology industry
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News Highlights: Digital Equity

  • Launches HP PATH (Partnership and Technology For Humanity) program to pave the way toward digital equity for underserved communities around the world – focusing on education, healthcare and economic opportunities
  • Develops an accelerator that seeks to support disenfranchised communities by activating innovative solutions and services for 150 million people by 2030

News Highlights: 2020 Sustainable Impact Report

  • Drives more than US$1 billion in sales where sustainability was a key factor1
  • Reports 4% reduction in overall carbon footprint; reduces product use GHG emissions intensity by 33%; increases recycled plastic across its portfolio to 11%; and decreases single use plastic packaging by 19%
  • Maintains 100% zero deforestation for HP paper and achieved 99% for paper-based product packaging
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News Highlights: Digital Equity

  • Launches HP PATH (Partnership and Technology For Humanity) program to pave the way toward digital equity for underserved communities around the world – focusing on education, healthcare and economic opportunities
  • Develops an accelerator that seeks to support disenfranchised communities by activating innovative solutions and services for 150 million people by 2030

News Highlights: 2020 Sustainable Impact Report

  • Drives more than US$1 billion in sales where sustainability was a key factor1
  • Reports 4% reduction in overall carbon footprint; reduces product use GHG emissions intensity by 33%; increases recycled plastic across its portfolio to 11%; and decreases single use plastic packaging by 19%
  • Maintains 100% zero deforestation for HP paper and achieved 99% for paper-based product packaging

HP Inc. Announces Sustainable Bond Framework and Inaugural Sustainability Notes Offering

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PALO ALTO, Calif., June 8, 2021 /3BL Media/ – HP Inc. (NYSE: HPQ) today announced the release of its Sustainable Bond Framework, which the company will use to issue bonds to help finance HP projects that contribute to a more sustainable and just future.

The company also announced the pricing of its inaugural sustainability notes issuance, totaling $1 billion, as part of a $2 billion overall debt offering. The sustainability notes are designed to empower investors to join HP in tackling important economic, social and sustainability issues.

What's Good For the Ocean May Also Be Good For Business

By Tatiana Schlossberg
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Marty Odlin, who grew up and lives on the Maine coast, remembers what the ocean used to be like. But now, he said, “It’s like a desert and just within my lifetime.” In the last few years, he said, he has seen lots of sea grass and many other species virtually disappear from the shoreline.

Odlin, 39, comes from a fishing family and has a passion for the history of the ocean and the coast, both of which have informed his sense of the ocean’s decline, a small part of the catastrophic deletion of marine life over the last several hundred years.

Beyond Investments: Seeking Real Change in Diverse Venture Capital Funding

By Jessen O'Brien
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Yelitsa Jean-Charles created Healthy Roots Dolls to teach young Black girls to love and care for their curls, and spent five years building relationships to get her business off the ground. It worked: she closed her first round of funding at the end of 2020: a $1 million seed round from Backstage Capital, Broadway Angels, Lightship Capital, and some individual investors. But she says not all of her conversations with investors have gone well. 

On the Job: A Chat With HP's New Chief Information Officer, Ron Guerrier

Why the company’s commitment to racial, social, and environmental justice was key to him joining.
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By Leigh-Ann Jackson

Over the past 20 years, Ron Guerrier has served as Chief Information Officer for multiple Fortune 500 firms, as well as the State of Illinois. No matter the post, he’s been driven by a desire to promote equality in the tech field and beyond. In September, the Chicago-based innovator stepped into the CIO role at HP, with the goal of building out its IT organization and overseeing company-wide digitization. But he’s also eager to further the company’s commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion.

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