Tag Archives: climate change

Blog action day – the new opportunity for Intel in addressing climate change

Addressing climate change is not something new for us. But how we are now looking at the issue is. As a company, Intel has taken steps to measure and reduce the carbon footprint of our operations for many years now. … Read more >

mechanisms for change: can YOU be part of the solution?

Last week I blogged about some recent studies which indicate that ICT has an important role to play in combating climate change. One question that came up was, aside from good policies, how are the carbon emission savings outlined in … Read more >

What does climate change have to do with corporate governance?

It used to be that conversations about corporate governance and environmental management happened in separate circles. The governance folks focused their energy on lamenting egregious pay packages and accounting scandals, leaving the more touchy-feely environmental topics to others. But over … Read more >

The data behind ICT and climate change

On Nov 25th, my colleague Stephen Harper blogged about the role of Information Communications Technology (ICT) in combating climate change, and outlined some policies that Intel, through DESC, are pursuing to allow the solutions potential of ICT to be realized. … Read more >

It’s Data-Driven: CRO Magazine names Intel “Best Corporate Citizen”

Today, CRO published its annual “100 Best Corporate Citizens List” – and Intel was awarded the #1 spot. http://www.thecro.com/ So, why is this award so special to Intel?

Investing in the Future – Green Power

On Monday, the EPA announced that Intel is the single largest corporate purchaser of green power in the United States putting the company at the top of EPA’s latest Green Power Partners Top 25 list, and also at the No. … Read more >