Corporate Social Responsibility
Cisco Employees Spend a Week Going Green
Employees across Cisco spent Green Week participating in local, environmentally-friendly activities to reduce their carbon footprints.
A Drone May Save Your Life One Day
Dr. Catherine Ball recently asked young women how they would use drones to make the world a better place as part of Cisco's Women Rock-IT speaker series.
Taking Ambition on Climate Change to the Next Level
By engaging diverse stakeholders, sharing best practices, and challenging our employees, our future employees, and entrepreneurs to step up, we can all be global problem solvers for a more sustainable planet, and a brighter future for all.
Discovering New Forms of Storytelling with Data
She's A Crowd will ensure every woman, anywhere in the world, can access a platform to share her story safely, and that those stories will be heard by people who have the power to change the outcome.
Global Climate Action Series: Cisco Supply Chain Driving Positive Climate Action
We know that meaningful action is needed if we are going to help bend the curve of emission reductions towards 2020. Learn more about our supply chain efforts in FY19 and beyond.
Global Climate Action Series: Cisco Announces Ambitious Product Power Efficiency Goal
Today we are announcing a product power efficiency goal: improve large rack-mounted-equipment system power efficiency from 77% to 87% by 2022 using an FY2016 baseline.
Global Climate Action Series: Stepping Up on Workplace Sustainability
My focus in today’s blog was on Cisco’s internal operations, however, Cisco’s collective sustainability efforts span our operations, our supply chain, our products, and our solutions.
Women Rock-IT: Female Role Models Matter
Since 2014, Women Rock-IT has held 20 events with 25 female speakers, publishing 17 blog posts, leading to 13,429 course enrollments, and reaching a global audience of 243,894 people.
How Cisco Is Helping Tweens Become Tech-Savvy Global Problem Solvers
Help us build a pathway for in-demand entrepreneurial and life skills, growing the impact that GPS: The Series participants can have now and hopefully for years to come.