2030 Corporate Responsibility Strategy and Goals
Acting alone, Intel cannot achieve the broad, societal impact we aspire to. Given the complexity and scope of challenges that the world faces, we are committed to continuing to raise the bar for ourselves and collaborating with others on global challenges to drive greater impact across the technology industry and beyond.
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Corporate Responsibility Report
A foundational element of our corporate responsibility approach is our commitment to transparency. Each May, we release a comprehensive report about our efforts, goals, and performance.
Executive Summary Report
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Intel has a long-standing commitment to corporate responsibility. We set ambitious goals and make strategic investments to drive improvements in environmental sustainability, supply chain responsibility, diversity and inclusion, and social impact.
37B KwH of Green Power
Since 2008, Intel’s renewable energy supply and renewable energy attribute purchases have totaled approximately 37 billion kWh of green power, enough to power more than 3 million U.S. households for one year,1 including 5.5 billion kWh in 2019.
Supply Chain Responsibility
$15M in Fees Returned
To prevent forced and bonded labor, we set expectations with our suppliers that workers should not have to pay for their employment. As a result, we have remediated the return of over $15 million in fees to suppliers’ workers and we have identified an additional $10 million in fees to be returned in 2020.
Diversity and Inclusion
$1B Annual Spending with Diverse-Owned Businesses
We achieved our 2020 goal to spend $1 billion annually with diverse-owned suppliers, including our goal to reach $200 million in spending on women-owned suppliers globally.
17M Volunteer Hours
2020 marks the silver anniversary of Intel Involved, Intel’s global corporate volunteer program. Since the program started in 1995, employees and retirees have logged over 17 million hours of service, including 1.2 million in 2019.
School and district officials, parents, teachers, and students talk about the challenges they faced before Intel’s STEM partnership with two Oakland schools changed attitudes and opened paths to technology careers for underrepresented minorities and women.
Explore Our Integrated Approach to Corporate Responsibility
Our integrated approach to corporate responsibility and sustainability creates value for Intel and our stockholders by helping us mitigate risks, reduce costs, build brand value, and identify new market opportunities. Read about our strategies, guiding principles, and policies below.
Intel goes to great lengths to make sure all our products comply with EU Regulation on Registration, Evaluation, Authorization, and Restriction of Chemicals (REACH).