Among just 5 percent of the companies participating in CDP's climate change program to be awarded a position on the "A" List, and the third year that HP has made this list, which recognizes leadership in driving actions and strategies to address climate change.
Recipient of a SmartWay Excellence Award for the fifth time.
With International Paper, Kimberly-Clark, McDonald’s, Procter & Gamble, Williams-Sonoma, World Wildlife Fund, Conscious Minds, and Zeus Jones, honored with an “Uncommon Partnership” award for our collaboration in helping FSC launch its first major consumer engagement campaign in the U.S.
Named to the Dow Jones Sustainability World Index for the fifth year in a row and to the North American Index for the sixth year in a row. These indexes assess corporate sustainability performance across financially-relevant environmental, social, and governance (ESG) factors.
One of only eight companies—and the only IT company—to earn a position on the inaugural “Forest A List”. The report highlights the critical challenges facing businesses in building deforestation-free supply chains and scores companies that provided data on their corporate deforestation programs.
Ranked 5th in our industry sector (Technology Hardware, Storage & Equipment) and ranked 96th overall out of over 4,000 listed companies.
Named “Green Company of the Year”.
On the "A" List, and received the highest possible climate disclosure score, 100 out of 100 points, and an "A" in the climate performance band.
Named to the Dow Jones Sustainability World Index and North American Index for the 4th year in a row.
Achieved top 50 status and was honored as the Technology Sector Leader for the 3rd year in a row.
Recipient of three Supply Chain Asia Awards, including the Green Supply Chain award.
Recipient of a 2014 Green Apple Award for Environmental Best Practice in the Science and Technology category.
Named to list of the 100 Best Corporate Citizens for the 3rd year in row.
Received the Tribute Award, in recognition of its “extraordinary dedication to bringing positive change to the world”.
Earned the highest possible score of 100 on the Carbon Disclosure Leadership Index, and placed in the highest performance band of “A” on the Climate Performance Leadership Index.
Received the 2013 Impact Award from the Entrepreneurs Foundation of SVCF (Silicon Valley Community Foundation).
Received top honors in the Best Business/NGO Partnership category for our collaboration with the Clinton Health Access Initiative (CHAI) to create a technology-based Early Infant Diagnosis solution.
Awarded the 2013 Corporate Engagement Award of Excellence.
Our Winning with Wellness employee program was named the winner of the award in the Workplace/Workforce Engagement: General category.
Tied for the fourth position on the Cool IT Leaderboard, which recognizes organizations that are leading efforts to drive change in the energy sector.
Received the Best Corporate Social Responsibility Practices award for our cloud-enabled eHealth Center launched in India.
For the third year in a row, HP ranked 2nd on Newsweek's listing of the top 500 U.S. companies, and placed 22nd on the Global 500 list.
Placed second on the list and ranked as the top U.S. company.
Placed in the top 10 percent of companies on the Carbon Disclosure Leadership Index.
Ranked the highest among electronics companies for the second consecutive year, and again placed fifth overall on the 50 Best Global Green Brands 2012 list.
Placed first in the Honors Program, Health category for our Early Infant Diagnosis (EID) program.
Won the Social Innovation 2012 Award for Most Strategic Use of Philanthropic Funds, recognizing its Early Infant Diagnosis program in Kenya.
Won the GBCHealth 2012 Business Action for Partnership/Collective Action, recognizing the Disease Surveillance and Mapping project, a public-private partnership between HP, Positive Innovation for the Next Generation, Clinton Health Access Initiative, Mascom and the Botswana Ministry of Health (MoH).
Named to this list for the 9th year in a row.
Improving the environment performance of our customers, operations and supply chain
Strengthening our communities and enabling the sustainable development of society
Acting with integrity and respect for human rights around the world
All figures contained on this page are reflective of Hewlett-Packard Company prior to the company’s November 1, 2015 separation. HP Inc. metrics will be introduced to the site on an on-going basis as they become available.
1. This table includes both company-level and facility-specific data obtained during 2013 and 2014 relating to HP’s first-tier production suppliers. Findings from our 2013 and 2014 audits are limited to those facilities audited during the year and are not representative of all facilities in our supply chain.
2. Based on production-line workers at final assembly and select commodity sites participating in the HP KPI program and audit results. We continue to expand the list of suppliers in the KPI program based on business risk, country risk, and identified nonconformances.
3. 2014 findings relate to emergency preparedness and industrial hygiene. See Audit results on page 35 of the HP 2014 LPR Audit results section.
4. Suppliers represent 95% of HP’s production supplier spend. 2012 is the latest year for which data is available for use in the 2013 reporting year. 2013 is the latest year for which data is available for use in the 2014 reporting year.
5. The World Resources Institute defines Scope 1, 2, and 3 GHG emissions in its Greenhouse Gas Protocol; see Greenhouse Gas Protocol.
6. 2013 figure is revised from previous reporting. It now to includes revised estimated data from one of our suppliers and extrapolation to 100% of first-tier production suppliers. 2014 figure is also extrapolated.