Technology with the Environment in Mind

This is the title of our most recent Intel Technology Journal, a quarterly online publication that discusses R&D and technology trends at Intel. The February issue highlights a few of our environmental initiatives from products and manufacturing to an interesting article on green homeowners and sustainable living. Give it a quick look and would welcome your impressions.

In addition to the articles, there is a pod cast from one of our most senior environmental professionals. His thoughts on Intel’s environmental roots and culture from his 25 years at the company are worth a quick listen. After you’re done, drop us a line with your thoughts. We certainly do not have all the answers, but like many, we believe opportunities exist to both further reduce our environmental footprint and to use technology to help address some of the most pressing environmental challenges of our day.

Todd Brady

About Todd Brady

Todd Brady is the Global Sustainability Director for Intel Corporation. In this role, he directs Intel’s global sustainability initiatives and strategies by leading corporate-wide environmental programs such as climate, energy and water conservation, waste minimization, sustainability and smart and green design. Since joining Intel in 1995, Todd has led a wide range of environmental initiatives within the company, ranging from key public regulatory and policy engagements to establishing Intel’s product stewardship strategies and design for environment programs at semiconductor manufacturing sites. During his 20 years at Intel, Todd has represented the company publicly and led industry-wide initiatives in many national and international environmental committees. He has authored more than 20 papers in scientific journals and conference proceedings on a variety of environmental topics. In 2009, he was named by Scientific American as one of ten outstanding leaders involved in research, business or policy pursuits that have advanced science and technology. Todd holds a BS in Chemical Engineering from Brigham Young University and a MS in Environmental Engineering from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

2 Responses to Technology with the Environment in Mind

  1. Sam Tilston says:

    Very interesting publication. I think there are applications for technology to help save the environment. Power saving, which gets better with each intel product release.