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Intel 2012 Corporate Responsibility Report

Transparency is at the heart of our commitment

Intel’s vision: This decade we will create and extend computing technology to connect and enrich the lives of every person on earth.

As we look to achieve our vision for this decade, this report serves as a guide that covers our corporate responsibility performance during 2012, including our strategic approach to key environmental, social, and governance indicators.

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Our approach to integrated reporting

The first section of our report covers content recommended by the International Integrated Reporting Committee for inclusion in “integrated reports.” Our hope is that this will meet the needs of readers interested only in an integrated report, as well as stakeholders who are looking for more detailed information.

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Intel 2012 Corporate Responsibility Report Cover

Get the report

The interactive PDF format makes it easy to search for and quickly navigate to the information you’re looking for. Read the report in full or go directly to a range of subject areas—from governance and public policy to the environment and education.

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Customize a report of your own

We make it easy to select specific sections so you can build the most useful report for your purposes. Choose only the information that you need, including additional supporting documents and information.

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See goals and performance

We have set public goals and tracked performance indicators in key corporate responsibility forum areas for well over a decade, enabling us to drive continuous improvement over time.

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2012 performance data at a glance >

#1 Green Power Purchaser

Intel rank in green power

Since 2008, Intel has been the largest voluntary purchaser of green power in the U.S., according to the EPA.

7 million students reached

Inspiring young innovators

In 2012, we reached 7 million students through the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair, a program of Society for Science & the Public.

Empowering girls and women - 10x10

Empowering girls and women

In 2013, we supported the launch of the "Girl Rising" film and 10x10 social action campaign, which highlight the importance of investing in the education of girls and women to advance economic opportunity.

GRI Index and UN Global Compact Communication of Progress

We prepared this report using the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI)* G3.1 Guidelines, and we self-declare the report at the GRI Application Level A+.

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Read our UN Global Compact Communication on Progress >

We welcome your ideas and feedback on the report

We welcome your ideas and feedback on the report

Your feedback is important to us. We encourage you to share your questions, comments and ideas through our CSR@Intel blog, Twitter, and our online feedback form.