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For Patients, For the Planet — With 3D Printing, One Orthotics Company is Really Stepping Up

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Christopher enters a shady patio outside the doctor’s office. The 8-year-old is sporting his school uniform – red top, blue shorts – and a face full of focus. Time for a test walk.

Nearby, his mom and a doctor watch him slowly move forward. They like what they see. His right foot and ankle are wrapped in a new, lightweight brace made just for him four days earlier on an HP 3D printer. They peer particularly hard at Christopher’s right side – weakened by a stroke months before his birth.

His steps turn into a confident stroll. “That’s good!” his mom says.

Sustainable Impact Takes Center Stage at Annual HP Americas Innovation Summit

Company unveils new products and solutions aimed at creating positive, lasting change for the Planet, People and Communities
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News Highlights:

  • Offers exclusive behind-the-scenes tour of Nashville-based recycling facilities for HP hardware and supplies
  • Introduces HP Tango Terra, world’s most sustainable home printing system1
  • Commits $200 million to water-based print solutions for corrugated packaging and textiles
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News Highlights:

  • Offers exclusive behind-the-scenes tour of Nashville-based recycling facilities for HP hardware and supplies
  • Introduces HP Tango Terra, world’s most sustainable home printing system1
  • Commits $200 million to water-based print solutions for corrugated packaging and textiles

Raising the Curtain on Breast Cancer Awareness

During National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, the dramatic, inspiring story of the “Bald Ballerina” is told in the VR film The 100%.
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By Sarah Murry 

You are sitting in the audience of a theater, waiting for the show to start. The crowd murmurs in anticipation, the stage is dark. Suddenly the house lights flicker on, the music swells, and the curtain begins its ascent, revealing the silhouette of a beautiful ballerina. She’s close enough that you can hear the sound of her satin shoes brush the floor as she begins to dance.

HP is Paying $11 million to Protect a New York City-size Amount of Forests

The company will support conservation efforts in Brazil and China, to help offset the paper that goes into the company’s printers.
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BY ADELE PETERS

In a threatened stretch of rainforest along the Atlantic coast of Brazil, new restoration work will be funded by a somewhat unlikely partner—the tech manufacturer HP. The company is spending $11 million over the next five years to help the World Wildlife Fund scale up work protecting forests both in Brazil and in China on a total area of land covering roughly 200,000 acres.

International Day of the Girl Partnership Aims to Empower 10 Million Students and Teachers

Words by Maggie Kohn
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Today marks the eight annual International Day of the Girl, a day established by the United Nations to amplify girls’ voices and stand up for their rights as envisioned in the Beijing Declaration and Platform for Action, the most progressive blueprint ever for advancing women’s rights.

HP Inc. and Girl Rising Mark International Day of the Girl with Partnership to Empower 10 Million Students and Teachers

Three-year education partnership provides technology and curriculum in U.S., India and Nigeria
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Highlights:

  • Delivers educational content, technology, multimedia assets, activities and lesson plans to students and teachers.
  • Builds on HP’s global commitment to enable better learning outcomes for 100 million people by 2025.
  • Expands existing partnership with Girl Rising with the joint mission to change the way the world thinks about girls and education.
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Highlights:

  • Delivers educational content, technology, multimedia assets, activities and lesson plans to students and teachers.
  • Builds on HP’s global commitment to enable better learning outcomes for 100 million people by 2025.
  • Expands existing partnership with Girl Rising with the joint mission to change the way the world thinks about girls and education.

Printing Can be More Sustainable Than You Think

HP's bold vision to protect the world’s forests through responsible consumption and forest management.
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Everyone has seen the messages on the wall near the office printer or at the end of an email: "Think before you print," "Please consider the environment before printing," or "Save paper, save a tree." These messages spring from the conventional wisdom that using paper requires trees, so avoiding printing must be the more environmentally friendly choice.

But what if printing could actually help protect and grow forests?

This New HP Laptop Is the First Computer to Use Ocean-Bound Plastic

Just a small bit of the computer is made from recycled bottles picked up from Haiti’s streets and waterways, but it signals the possibility of changing where we get the plastics for our electronics.
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BY ADELE PETERS

Inside a new notebook computer from HP, one component uses a new material: a blend of ABS, a standard type of plastic in computers, and PET recycled from plastic bottles that could have otherwise ended up in the ocean.

HP Sustainable Forest Cooperative is Restoring and Protecting Our Forests

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More species of plants and animals live in the forest than any other land habitat. 1.3 million people depend on forests and trees for things like employment and forest products. This is why HP is partnering with World Wildlife Fund to restore, protect and conserve 200,000 acres of forest in China and Brazil.

Download the HP Sustainable Forest Cooperative infographic featuring more data and resources. 

Climate Week NYC: 3M, HP Among Brands Using Their Might, Science to Protect Precious Resources

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HP, WWF partner to launch HP Sustainable Forests Cooperative

Today, at the World Economic Forum’s Sustainable Development Impact Summit — also taking place in New York City this week — HP Inc. announced its next steps in creating a forest-positive future for printing with longstanding partner and conservation leader World Wildlife Fund (WWF).

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