How do we rebuild the energy and momentum of the youth-led climate movement in 2019? Educate girls around the world and empower them. Give them inspiration and possibilities.
Supporting girls' education is one of the most powerful things we can do to solve climate change, says Christina Lowery, CEO of Girl Rising, an organization dedicated to changing the way the world values girls and their education.
New HP Amplify Impact program represents major step forward in company’s ambitious goal to become the most sustainable and just technology company by 2030
Palo Alto, Calif., February 11, 2021 /3BL Media/ — Today, HP Inc. unveiled HP Amplify™ Impact, an industry-first partner assessment, resource and training program aimed at driving meaningful change across its three Sustainable Impact pillars – Planet, with an emphasis on climate change; People with an emphasis on human rights and social justice; and Community with an emphasis on bridging the digital divide. Partners that pledge to join the HP Amplify Impact program will work with HP to assess their own practices while tapping into the company’s extensive investments and initiatives.
Through international cooperation and the grit of local workers, HP’s ocean-bound plastic recycling efforts expanded despite the pandemic and a tropical storm.
By Christina Nunez
When Tropical Storm Laura swept through Haiti last August, heavy rains and whipping winds pummeled a country that was already reeling from the pandemic and still rebuilding from the devastating earthquake that struck a decade ago. More than six million people live in poverty on the island, where HP, along with key NGOs, has been building a program to support local workers collecting ocean-bound plastic from beaches, waterways, and on land for recycling into new HP devices.
Electronics company HP recently announced a new plan to address racial injustice and drive change. On Jan. 15, the company, which earned the No. 43 spot on the 2020 DiversityInc Top 50 Companies for Diversity list, unveiled its Racial Equality and Social Justice Task Force.
HP is standing for a new era of opportunity. where climate change is reversed, human rights are universally protected, and the digital divide eliminated for all. See how we are advancing sustainable impact for the planet, its people, and our communities, as we work to realize our vision of making HP the world's most sustainable and just technology company.
by Ellen Jackowski Chief Sustainability and Social Impact Officer at HP
As renowned author and management consultant Peter Drucker is often credited with saying, “Culture eats strategy for breakfast.” The collective beliefs, actions and support within a shared culture determine whether a strategy succeeds or fails. Whether transforming a governmental response to climate change or driving a business response, empowering a cultural shift that enables individuals to have agency in the success of the strategy is key.
This is a lesson HP embraces and we are driving action.
By Lesley Slaton Brown, Chief Diversity Officer, HP Inc.
Among the hard and painful lessons we've learned during the past year is that the struggle for diversity, equity and inclusion has never been more important. And as Martin Luther King Jr. Day approaches, we can draw inspiration from his words during what is a momentous time for our country. Dr. King spoke of the power of peaceful resolution and famously said, “Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate; only love can do that.”