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Al Gore and John Chambers on Climate Change and Technology Innovation

- March 12, 2008 - 0 Comments

Nobel Laureate, Oscar Winner and former Vice President Al Gore will join Cisco Chairman and CEO John Chambers in a virtual conversation on climate change and technology innovation on Wednesday, March 19 at 11AM ET (8AM PT). Please join the conversation by registering for this webcast at www.cisco.com/offer/ecopanel.They will be joined by Cisco’s Sue Bostrom, EVP, Chief Marketing Officer, in a Cisco TelePresence session before a live audience at VoiceCon to examine the critical role that technology and innovation can play in mitigating climate change. Some topics they will cover include: the latest observations of the effects of global warming and the impact of information technology; how businesses can reduce greenhouse gas emissions through innovation; and, how the technology industry can help create the most sustainable model for addressing global climate change.If you would like to submit other ideas for the panel discussion or suggest questions, please send these to: ecopanelquestions@external.cisco.comTelePresence is our high-definition, life-size video conferencing system that allows real-time communication and collaboration in which, in this instance, our panelists will appear as if they are in the same room even though they will be thousands of miles apart. This virtual discussion will take place via with John Chambers, Al Gore and Sue Bostrom addressing live audiences simultaneously in London, England, Orlando, Fla.,and several other locations around the world. We have done over 70,000 TelePresence sessions within Cisco which has enabled us to avoid travel in nearly 13,000 of those meetings, saving nearly $100M to date…and, of course, reduce our carbon footprint.We hope you can join this event. Please register for the webcast at www.cisco.com/offer/ecopanel.

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