SOURCE: HP, Inc.DESCRIPTION:
This article is sponsored by HP Inc.
In the past year, we faced a once-in-a-century pandemic, unprecedented wildfires across the western United States, historic floods in Asia and a record-breaking hurricane season in the Atlantic. These relentless disasters were not a matter of coincidence confined to 2020, however. They were a matter of consequence, and events like them will continue to challenge humanity for the foreseeable future.
It’s clear that our climate is changing due to human activity. We must significantly increase our efforts to combat these effects and shift the conversation towards how we must all collectively respond — as corporations, as consumers, as communities and as concerned citizens.
Tweet me: We [must] must create innovative products and services with sustainability at their core — products and services that shorten supply chains, create less waste and have smaller carbon footprints. - @ellenjackowski #sustainability leader at @HP https://bit.ly/3qgkLIM via @GreenBiz
KEYWORDS: NYSE:HPQ, HP Inc., Ellen Jackowski, Chief Sustainability & Social Impact Officer HP Inc.