AT&T: Planet

AT&T: Planet

How do we connect a world of 7 billion without inhibiting our natural environment's ability to support us? It is a daunting, exciting and critical challenge, and we are working hard toward meeting it every day. - See more at: http://about.att.com/content/csr/home/environment.html

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IoT in the Classroom
Connected devices are already in the classroom, but the Internet of...
Nov 4, 2015 3:35 PM ET
New Report: Rise of the Real-Time Traveler
Today, AT&T and the Intelligent Transportation Society of America released a report investigating trends in mobility that are shaping the future of transportation in a more connected world. At AT&T, we’ve been working with auto manufacturers for years to help improve vehicle safety and performance by integrating...
Sep 28, 2015 12:05 PM ET
Navigating the Rapids of Sustainability Reporting
My first (and only) experience white-water rafting, I was separated from the boat, sucked under by a rapid current and shot out about 50 yards downstream. I’m a fairly strong swimmer, but still had a moment of panic when I realized I couldn’t tell which way was up. I was reminded of this experience attending several meetings this month in New York City on sustainability reporting and...
Jul 8, 2015 11:05 AM ET
Extra Extra: Company Publishes 150+ Page PDF?
Let’s face it — if you’re breaking news with a sustainability report, you’re probably doing it wrong. We came to this realization several years ago as we were changing up our reporting structure. We had moving stories, first-hand accounts and brilliant pictures. We also had great data, and loads of information on governance, policies, training and management. Did it really make sense to...
Jun 4, 2015 11:05 AM ET
An Intelligent Approach to Water Management
The Second in a Series About Machine-to-Machine Technology and Water Management. Properly maintained water systems underpin our quality of life. Inefficiencies in how we manage our precious water resources are very costly. Municipalities must spend a tremendous amount of money moving and treating water, and on average 25 percent of water produced never reaches end users because of leaks...
May 20, 2015 12:05 PM ET

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