There is a lot of Environmental content on the web these days — more and more every day in fact. Intel was one of the first companies in the world to use the web to communicate our environmental performance to our stakeholders. One of our long-standing mantras was “Measure us by our Performance.” In order for you to do that, we needed to be transparent and accountable.Today, Intel.com has 10’s of 1000’s of pages (maybe more) and the environmental content can sometimes be hard to find even for the most diligent surfer. We’ve heard the feedback from our stakeholders. So, in addition to collecting most of our “entry points” on the About Intel page, we have begun to refresh and rebuild our Environment Homepage. We have some major updates and revisions planned for later this month, but take a look and you’ll see the direction we are headed. There is so much to the environmental story at Intel; we clearly needed to present a better window in which to observe this information. And, let’s be honest – the business world is caught up in a green frenzy. We want our customers, suppliers, investors and other interested stakeholders to be able to find the environmental information they want without feeling like they are on a treasure hunt. So, take a test drive. Let us know what you think and make sure to come back in a few weeks when we launch the full update. And one recommendation if I may…check out the Recycling Video at the bottom right. One of Intel’s finest does a great job in his movie debut.
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