Living Progress News | October 2016
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HPE commits to 100% renewable energy
HPE commits to 100% renewable energy
HPE has joined RE100 with a commitment to reach 100% renewable energy, while setting an interim goal to source 50% of our total energy consumption from renewable sources by 2025.
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HPE sets goal to increase product efficiency
HPE sets goal to increase product efficiency
Thirty times more efficient in 10 years. By 2025, HPE will increase the energy performance of our product portfolio by 30x from a 2015 baseline.
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How Information Technology Will Enable a Sustainable Future
How information technology will enable a sustainable future
Dr. Andrew Steer, President and CEO of the World Resources Institute, discusses recent developments that offer great hope for the future.
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Open innovation  HPE crowd creates business and social impact
Open innovation — HPE crowd creates business and social impact
The idea economy offers an unprecedented ability to harness the diverse perspectives of large groups of people to develop new creative solutions.
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The Inclusive Economy
The inclusive economy
Premal Shah, President and Co-Founder of Kiva, explores how digital technology is enabling the inclusive economy.
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Announcing the winners of the Living Progress Challenge
Announcing the winners of the Living Progress Challenge
Combatting the global problem of illegal fishing. Providing marginalized women with access to economic opportunity. These are just two of the visionary solutions named as winners of the Living Progress Challenge Finals.
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Why should businesses care about sustainability?
Why should businesses care about sustainability?
A missing link in driving systemic sustainable change among businesses has been pressure from the investment community and customers. That tide is shifting.
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