Intel Advances Commitment through Diverse Partnerships, Including 10x10 Film and Social Action Campaign
SANTA CLARA, Calif., October 11, 2012 /3BL Media/ – In celebration of the United Nations' first International Day of the Girl today, Intel Corporation is expanding its global commitment to furthering education for girls and women by announcing multiple strategic partnerships and programs. Millions of girls around the world have limited or no access to education. Intel believes that broader access to education for girls and women will significantly catalyze social progress and help drive worldwide economic growth.
CSRHub CEO and Co-founder Bahar Gidwani will be speaking at CR Magazine’s COMMIT!Forum, Good Business Makes the Difference, October 2-3, 2012 in New York, NY. Joining Bahar’s conference panel, Assuring Sustainability, will be executives from Intel, UPS and the
To celebrate innovations that have the potential to solve global problems, Intel® paired artists with high school students at the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair® to create original pieces of art based on scientific breakthroughs.
Illustrators, graphic designers and sculptors collaborated with high school students from the fair to artistically bring their breakthroughs to life and increase scientific awareness across the globe.
While I’m not sure that forward-thinking Intel coined the terminology, “snackable” corporate social responsibility (CSR) is a growing trend. Many companies are switching gears from producing a once-a-year lengthy CSR report to engaging in a more colloquial, story-driven dialogue.
Investor proposals prompt commitments to address supply chain and water-related risks, promote responsible sourcing and improve sustainability reporting
(3BL Media) Boston – July 10, 2012 – During the 2012 proxy voting season, investors successfully used shareholder resolutions to spur action on corporate sustainability challenges such as climate change, hydraulic fracturing and supply chain and water availability risks. Of the nearly 110 resolutions tracked by Ceres in 2012, 44 proposals resulted in U.S. companies making commitments to tackle environmental and social risks in their operations and supply chains.
Last week, the Ethical Corporation hosted its Responsible Business Summit USA in New York City. I was fortunate enough to attend, due to my enthusiastic tweets (shameless plug:@CaliMcG) about the event. Lesson learned: the possibilities are endless on the Twitterverse.
“In spite of there having been a translator to help facilitate conversations, I have never been so keenly alert to my client’s body language and every nuance of expression, as well as my own,” explained Susan E.
The report illustrates the Company's focus on applying technology & employee skills to transform education & technology access, & improve economic & environmental sustainability through innovation.
(3BL Media / theCSRfeed) June 8, 2011 - Intel Corporation has provided public reports on its environmental, health and safety performance since 1994 and produced an annual Corporate Responsibility Report since 2001. The new report is available online at http://www.reportalert.info/ra/profiles/Intel/2011/?ID=38428