Video: introduction to Intel’s Dalian fabrication facility, one of China’s most ecologically advanced manufacturing plants.
Video: Frog Design, Intel take a fresh look at the retail environment, create new ways of saving energy.
Intel improves environmental management systems through transparency and engagement, working with the EPA’s Project XL and reporting public data.
Intel improves environmental management through transparency, engagement, and public data reporting.
In part 1 of IT sustainability, Intel’s Mike Breton talks proof of concept work on lowering office energy consumption and at home.
University of Plymouth with Intel® vPro™ Technology manages power by reducing consumption and carbon emissions for its green agenda.
Intel sustainability takes a leadership position in voluntary environmental projects at global and local levels.
Intel sustainability takes a global and local leadership position in voluntary environmental projects. While considering our ecological footprint, we also drive global standards for products and manufacturing that ensure energy-efficient performance.
Video: Intel invests more than USD 100 million in water conservation programs at global facilities.
Inspired by a trip to Beijing, Ben Gulak created a convertible electric unicycle, an eco-friendly solution to clear the air and street congestion.
Inspired by a trip to Beijing, Intel ISEF finalist and entrepreneur Ben Gulak created a convertible electric unicycle, an eco-friendly solution to clear the city’s air by reducing emissions and congestion on city streets.
Discover how Intel strives to improve responsible operations by addressing climate change, managing water, and LEED*-certificated buildings.
Discover how Intel is continuously striving to improve responsible operations through a range of efforts, including addressing climate change, managing water responsibly, recycling and reducing waste, and building LEED*-certificated facilities.
Sara Volz develops a method to establish populations of algae cells with high oil content as biofuel sources, winning the Intel Science Talent Search.
Seventeen-year-old Sara Volz develops an artificial selection method to establish populations of algae cells with high oil content as economically feasible biofuel sources, winning the Intel Science Talent Search.