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2009 Corporate Responsibility ReportIn this report, we discuss our corporate responsibility performance during 2009, including our strategic approach to key environmental, social, and governance indicators. This report was prepared using the Global Reporting Initiative* (GRI) G3 guidelines, and we self-declare the report at the GRI Application Level A.Corporate responsibility is about doing the right things right. Throughout Intel’s history, we have focused on building an ethical culture, reducing our environmental impact, investing in our employees, and engaging with our communities. Our approach has created value not only for our stakeholders and society, but also for Intel. We have reduced costs through energy conservation investments, minimized risk by proactively working with our communities and supply chain, and enhanced our reputation as a leading corporate citizen by building trusted relationships around the world.In 2009, we continued to invest in our corporate responsibility priorities, despite difficult economic conditions. We completed a number of energy efficiency, water conservation, and solar installation projects in our facilities, and Intel remained the largest purchaser of “green” power in the U.S., according to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. To help drive accountability, again this year a portion of all employees’ variable compensation was dependent upon Intel achieving its environmental goals. We also became a member of the United Nations Global Compact and published new Human Rights Principles, reinforcing our commitment to leadership in corporate responsibility. Read the full 2009 Corporate Responsibility Report.
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