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Why Girls and Women in STEM Need Role Models

“She looks like me, and she’s succeeding.”
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A good role model can be hard to find. Especially, for women in the technology industry.

But for companies, role modeling is part of a well-rounded strategy for leveling the playing field. It is also one of the trickiest to execute well for some companies. But as we’re learning at HP, it doesn’t have to be such a challenge.   

At its core, good role modeling revolves around trust. Not only does it require trust between individuals, it also requires an organization that fosters frank conversations, openness, and the ability to meet people where they are.

HP + Global Citizen Come Together at Cannes to Show Why Education Cannot Wait

Education currently receives less than 2% of humanitarian aid
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by Madge Thomas

On the one-year anniversary of the World Humanitarian Summit, Global Citizen and HP joined forces, hosting the Educate Every Child, Everywhere event during the 70th annual Cannes Film Festival. The event brought together corporate partners, members of international press associations and global citizens, to spotlight the progress and dire need for education in emergencies, including through the Education Cannot Wait (ECW) fund.

HP Volunteers Make a Difference in Their Communities

Employees support causes close to their homes—and hearts
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Each year, HP employees around the world volunteer in their local communities, with support from HP, which offers every employee four paid volunteer hours each month. This year the HP Foundation invited employees to volunteer with their colleagues to support causes that are close to their homes — and hearts — as part of its 40 Days of Doing Good campaign. This year, employees volunteered more than 6,800 hours during 77 events in 15 countries to support the campaign. The following stories highlight just some of the inspiring projects that took place around the world.

HP Announces New Social and Environmental Goals With Release of the HP 2016 Sustainability Report

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Sustainability serves as a guiding principle for how HP does business, fueling the company’s innovation and growth. It supports HP’s vision of creating technology that makes life better for everyone, everywhere. 
 
With the release of the HP 2016 Sustainability Report—the company’s first full year of reporting HP Inc. data since separating from Hewlett-Packard Company in November 2015—HP demonstrates continued progress in reducing the company’s total carbon and water footprints, and decreasing greenhouse gas emissions in its operations, supply chain, and product portfolio. 

HP Announces Supply Chain Goals to Enhance Environmental and Social Impact

New Sustainability Report Outlines Targets to Cut Supply Chain GHG Intensity and Empower Factory Workers, also Shares New Recycling Goal
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News highlights

  • HP announces a new goal to reduce first-tier production supplier and product transportation-related GHG emissions intensity 10 percent by 2025, compared to 20151
  • In addition, HP has set a new goal to double factory participation in supply chain sustainability programs by 2025, compared to 2015, to increase both the number of suppliers that participate in its programs and the depth of their engagement
  • HP’s new goal to develop the skills and improve the well-being of 500,000 supplier factory workers by 2025, compared to 2015, follows HP’s longstanding commitment to the well-being of the workers in its supply chain, with a focus on vulnerable groups including women, student and foreign migrant workers
  • These goals, as well as progress through HP’s fiscal year 2016, are outlined in the just released HP 2016 Sustainability Report
Press Release

News highlights

  • HP announces a new goal to reduce first-tier production supplier and product transportation-related GHG emissions intensity 10 percent by 2025, compared to 20151
  • In addition, HP has set a new goal to double factory participation in supply chain sustainability programs by 2025, compared to 2015, to increase both the number of suppliers that participate in its programs and the depth of their engagement
  • HP’s new goal to develop the skills and improve the well-being of 500,000 supplier factory workers by 2025, compared to 2015, follows HP’s longstanding commitment to the well-being of the workers in its supply chain, with a focus on vulnerable groups including women, student and foreign migrant workers
  • These goals, as well as progress through HP’s fiscal year 2016, are outlined in the just released HP 2016 Sustainability Report

HP Response to Paris Climate Agreement Decision

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PALO ALTO, Calif., June 1, 2017 /3BL Media/ -- Climate change is one of the most significant and urgent issues facing business and society today. The science is clear, the impacts are serious and the need to act is essential.

Road Fleets Demand More Sustainable, Low-Carbon Fuels for Freight

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Sustainable Fuel Buyers' Principles to Help Companies Drive Economic Growth and Emissions Reductions 

HP's Technologies for Everyone Series | Energy for Everyone

by Chandrakant D. Patel, HP Chief Engineer and Senior Fellow, and Anna Tang, Executive Assistant and Coordinator, HP Affinity Groups and Virtual Communities
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This is the first article in a new series entitled “Technologies for Everyone.” The series will share a subset of technical and engineering fundamental courseware available on “Brain Candy” — HP’s internal branded and curated learning platform.

Reinventing the Classroom | HP and Yale Team Up to Create a Blended Reality Future

by Gus Schmedlen, VP of Worldwide Education, HP, and Randall Rode, director of Campus IT Partner Relationship and Development, Information Technology Services, Yale University
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Take a moment to wrap your mind around these Yale students’ astonishing projects in blended reality using a range of HP technologies, including Sprout by HP.

Navigating the Future | HP 2017 Megatrends Report

Helping HP Adapt, Chart, and Reinvent the Future
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by Andrew Bolwell, VP, Chief Disrupter, Global Head of HP Tech Ventures, and Doug Warner, VP and Global Head of Tech Vision & Strategy

At HP, our work on Megatrends is focused on directionally predicting where the world is headed, and about boldly ensuring a successful and relevant place in it for HP and our customers. 

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