HP Inc. | Climate Action

HP Inc. | Climate Action
The science is clear and the need to act is more urgent than ever. The decisions we make as a society during this critical decade will impact our trajectory throughout the 21st century and beyond. In 2021, HP set new goals that outline the company's broad plans to combat climate change, focused on carbon emissions, circularity, and forests. HP's climate action strategy is now one of the most comprehensive in the technology industry, encompassing carbon emissions, circularity, and forests.
 
Carbon Emissions: HP is  working to reduce its carbon footprint across its value chain through ambitious science-based greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions reduction goals, investments in renewable electricity, supply chain collaboration, and advances in product energy efficiency. HP aims to achieve net zero GHG emissions across its entire value chain by 2030, and carbon neutrality across its Supplies business by 2030.  
 
Circularity:  HP's vision is to become a fully circular company powered by service models. The company is working to reach 75% circularity1 for products and packaging by 2030. HP extends product life through maintenance, upgrades, repair, and innovative service-based business models. At end of service, HP strives to reuse or recover all products. HP aspires to use 100% renewable energy and achieve zero waste in manufacturing.
 
Forest: Healthy, resilient forests are essential to the future of HP’s business. In 2019, HP launched the HP Sustainable Forest Collaborative, supporting the company's strategy to create a forest positive future for printing. HP has met its zero deforestation goal for HP brand paper since 2016 and for paper-based product packaging since 2020. In 2019, HP pledged $11 million to support WWF’s efforts to restore part of Brazil’s threatened Atlantic Forest and improve the management of state-owned and private forest plantations in China—to ultimately restore, protect, and transition to responsible management 200,000 acres of forests.
 
 
Footnotes
Percentage of HP’s total annual product and packaging content, by weight, that will come from recycled and renewable materials and reused products and parts by 2030.
2 More than 98% of fiber is recycled or certified with remaining amount in corrective action status or exempt.

 

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HP and WWF Announce Bold Partnership Expansion to Conserve and Restore Forests
News highlights: Announces WWF’s largest U.S. corporate partnership to-date Pledges $80 million2 to expand its partnership with WWF to address the impacts on forest from printing¹ with HP printers Partners to restore, protect or improve the management of nearly 1 million acres of forest landscapes, an area approximately five times the...
Oct 26, 2021 9:00 AM ET
Educating Girls: The Overlooked Solution to Climate Change
This article is sponsored by HP and written on HP's behalf. Addressing a global challenge as complex as climate change demands a full suite of solutions and actors, but one powerful intervention is widely overlooked: educating girls. Education gives girls the skills and knowledge to respond to climate-related disasters and to the changing...
Oct 15, 2021 3:10 PM ET
The New Wave of Tech Gear Made With Ocean-Bound Plastics
By Christina Nunez We see it in our neighborhoods, at the beach, and in the news: discarded plastic keeps turning up where it doesn’t belong. The problem can seem overwhelming, given that an estimated ...
Aug 6, 2021 1:45 PM ET
Think Globally, Act Locally: This Mom's Fight for Digital Equity is a Lesson For Us All
“I’m not supposed to be here,” says Tanesha Grant, founder of Parents Supporting Parents NYC, a nonprofit aiming to help New York City kids bridge the digital divide. “I was supposed to be that left-behind child, a foster child, but I’m here, lifting my voice and lending my experience with school as a Black woman in this country.” ...
Jul 19, 2021 4:20 PM ET
Print My Ride: How 3D Technology Is Keeping Vehicles on the Road and Out of the Scrapyard
The automaker Nissan stopped making the R32 Nissan Skyline GT-R in 1994, but the performance sports car is still beloved by enthusiasts in Japan and beyond. Earlier this year, Nissan announced that it would start using HP Jet Fusion 3D printers to create a much-needed spare part for the R32 Skyline...
Jun 30, 2021 11:30 AM ET

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