Latin America Region Corporate Responsibility Report - Portuguese
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Corporate Social Responsibility at Intel
At Intel, our commitment to the global community is as important as our products. (1:57)
Video: Supply Chain Responsibility
Intel addresses corporate responsibility through a conflict free mineral supply chain. (2:51)
Video: Technology for the Environment
Intel technology helps develop efficiency and discovery to improve the environment. (2:32)
Video: Intel Global Diversity and Inclusion
Intel’s mission, commitment and strategy include global diversity and inclusion. (1:40)
Intel's Lead-free Initiative
Intel® Chip Chat, Episode 5: Eco-innovation with 45nm lead-free covers eliminating harmful chemical in products. (6:29)
Intel's Data Center Efficiency Initiative
Brently Davis talks global data center consolidation, virtualization, and standardization. (7:54)
Intel's Resident Dumpster Diver
Intel Environmental Engineer Taimur Burki talks Intel recycling on a grand scale. (2:46)
Intel Giving: Donating Bicycles 2010
Employees donate 118 bicycles with helmets and locks to underprivileged communities.
Video: Intel and Renewable Energy
Intel’s green strategy includes solar installations and harnessing renewable energies. (2:35)
IT Earth Day at Intel 2011
Video: Bill Guyon shares how Intel IT is helping to lower Intel's carbon footprint. (4:09)
Intel India: Shaping a Better Tomorrow
Intel’s workplace fosters community development, education, and environmental sustainability.
Intel Education Service Corps: Teaching Globally
Training students and teachers to use Intel-based classmate PCs to expand education opportunities.
Intel Ireland: Matching Grants Program
Employees volunteered more than 42,000 hours in 2006 to community organizations.
Intel® Education: Reviving Trace Elementary School
Helping set up classrooms, Intel volunteers also gave 24 teachers $1,000 to replace materials.
Intel Education Service Corps: Bangladesh
Training 125 girls and 450 rural kids on Intel-powered PCs to inspire learning and education.