With energy-efficient computing, Intel helps drive best sustainable business practices for energy-conscious manufacturing.
Technology innovation like energy-efficient computing and sustainable business practices help Intel create products that are more energy efficient and have a smaller ecological footprint than previous generations.
Clara Duarte and Emilce Espinoza identify more diverse uses for a local tree species and help establish a nature preserve where it can thrive.
Dismayed by deforestation of a local tree near their home in Argentina, Clara Duarte and Emilce Espinoza identify more diverse uses for the species, Gleditsia amorphoides, and help establish a nature preserve where the tree can thrive.Full View >
Intel travels the world to create sustainable sourcing solutions, improve lives in those geographies, and establish verified conflict-free products.
Archivist-teacher connects her students to history with the Intel® Teach Program and problem-solving, critical thinking, and collaboration skills.
Civil Rights Era archivist-teacher connects her students to history with the Intel® Teach Program promoting students' problem-solving, critical thinking, and collaboration skills.
Connect to Intel international programs that improve communities through environmental protection, teacher training, and new technology.
Connect to Intel international programs to improve communities around the world, such as teaching students about environmental protection in China, training teachers in Israel and Russia, and spurring new technology use in Vietnam.
Follow Team AFOOFA’s journey from Oregon to LEGOLAND as winners of the Project Innovation Award at the national LEGO* robotics competition.
Read about Team AFOOFA’s journey from Hillsboro, Oregon to LEGOLAND as the winners of the Project Innovation Award at the national LEGO* robotics competition.
Corporate social responsibility plays an important role at Intel. Video shows why we consider it important. Includes case samples.
Highlights from Intel’s Out of Office 4 Others 2011 where Intel California employees volunteered their time to five community nonprofits.