Sustainability 101: What are virgin plastics?
Have you heard the phrase “virgin plastics” in the news and wondered what it meant? Learn more from Cisco's Sustainable Packaging team.
Advancing Cisco’s Commitment to Accessibility and Disability Inclusion
Mary Fernandez and Monica Wegner share more about Cisco’s public commitment to accessibility and disability inclusion.
CODE JOSHUA: Training first responders on how to interact with autistic individuals
Cisco is supporting CODE JOSHUA, a nonprofit that helps first responders learn to interact with compassion when approaching autistic individuals.
People Behind Purpose at Cisco: How a life-long love for animals led to a career in sustainability
Jutta Graefensteiner, Director for CDA, Sustainability and the Country Plan in Germany, shares more about her connection to nature.
Taking an Innovative Approach to Recruiting and Retaining Black Leadership Talent
This post was written by Karla Samdahl, vice president and global head of executive talent acquisition and board integration at Cisco.
Sustainability 101: Greenhouse gas emissions, global warming, and climate change
We hear the term “climate change” often these days: what is it, and what do greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions have to do with it?
How Cisco employees are involved with community impact
Community impact continues to be an integral part of Cisco’s Conscious Culture. This allows us to accelerate and multiply impact for good.
Building more sustainable and resilient communities: An interview with Cisco’s Chief Sustainability Officer
Mary de Wysocki, Cisco’s Chief Sustainability Officer (CSO), shares her objectives as she leads Cisco's sustainability efforts.
Digital inclusion: How Cisco is bringing connectivity to communities
Powering an Inclusive Future for All means addressing the barriers that keep people from accessing the Internet.