Search Results for: conflict minerals

A “Conflict-Free” Minerals Goal

Intel has been regularly updating our progress on conflict minerals in white papers, Corporate Responsibility Reports and blogs. Recently, we set an internal goal around manufacturing a “conflict-free” microprocessor, and that goal was shared with Intel employees through a video … Read more >

Advancing “conflict-free” by offering smelters an incentive

This entry was posted on behalf of Carolyn Duran, “Conflict Free Minerals” program manager at Intel. Last month Intel announced two key goals around manufacturing a “conflict-free” microprocessor – a stretch goal for us in which all the pieces to … Read more >

Dell, HP, Intel & Motorola Aim to Ensure Mineral Supply Chains Are Conflict-Free

By: Tod Arbogast, Director of Sustainable Business, Dell; Judy Glazer, Director of Global Social and Environmental Responsibility Operations, HP; Gary Niekerk, Director of Global Citizenship, Intel; Mike Loch, Director of Supplier Corporate Responsibility, Motorola You may have recently read about … Read more >

Footprints and Hand Prints in Emerging Markets

What’s the difference between your company’s footprint and its hand print? I contemplated this deep thought (from Bo Miller at Dow Chemical) and many others today at the inspiring Catalyzing Growth in Emerging Markets event in Washington, DC produced by … Read more >

Well Folks, That’s a Wrap… Introducing Intel’s 2012 Corporate Responsibility Report

After months of planning, writing, data checking (and rechecking, and rechecking…), this morning we released our latest Corporate Responsibility Report at Intel’s Annual Stockholder Meeting.  For those of you familiar with the process, putting together the report is a labor … Read more >