Toward a New Era of Shared Corporate Responsibility
Our commitment to positive global impact is embedded in our purpose to create technology that enriches the life of every person on earth.
Intel Commits to Net Zero Greenhouse Gas Emissions in Its Global Operations by 2040
We have set goals to reduce the value chain footprint and catalyze industry-wide action to address climate change.
Our RISE Strategy
We are raising the bar for ourselves and evolving our corporate responsibility strategy to increase the scale of our work with others to create a more responsible, inclusive, and sustainable world, enabled through technology and our collective actions.
We are building on our long history as a leader in corporate citizenship to further advance safety, wellness, and responsible business practices across our global manufacturing operations, our value chain, and beyond.
Our Combating Modern Slavery and Ensuring Transparent Supply Chains statement details the expectations we have for ourselves and our suppliers, including prohibitions against holding worker passports and charging workers fees to obtain or keep employment.
Technology from Intel’s Mobileye business helps keep the drivers and passengers of more than 100 million vehicles safer today. Intel’s Responsibility-Sensitive Safety model has become a leading model for global autonomous vehicle safety frameworks.
We are advancing diversity, equity, accessibility, and inclusion in our global workforce, and advocating for public policies and laws that combat discrimination and inequities impacting our employees and our communities.
We are working to increase the number of women in technical roles to 40%, double the number of women and underrepresented minorities in senior leadership, and ensure that inclusive leadership practices and accountability are embedded in our culture globally.
Our vast variety of Employee Resource Groups (ERGs) reflects how Intel tries to include and empower every employee to embrace a sense of belonging. Intel has ERGs organized around race, national origin, sexual orientation and gender identity, parenthood, disabilities, education, faith and beliefs, and other common affinities.
Intel advocates for programs, policy, and legislative solutions that combat systemic inequity. In early 2021, we pledged $5 million to North Carolina Central University, a historically Black college or university, to create the first Tech Law and Policy Center.
As we continue to take actions to reduce Intel’s own global manufacturing and supply chain footprint and to advance product energy efficiency, we have also taken on the global challenge to partner with the technology industry and other stakeholders to achieve carbon-neutral computing by 2030. In addition, Intel announced plans in 2022 to achieve net zero greenhouse gas emissions in its global operations by 2040.
We are committed to creating a better world through the power of our technology and the expertise and passion of our employees.
Our Corporate Responsibility Journey
Intel has a long track record of setting ambitious goals and transparently reporting on our performance. Read about our progress—past, present, and future—in our annual Corporate Responsibility Report.