Cisco CSR Report
Business and Human Rights at Cisco
Cisco recognizes we have a responsibility to respect human rights and we meet this responsibility in a way that reflects the global nature of our business.
How Cisco addresses critical human needs and crisis response
An inclusive future for all cannot be realized until people’s basic needs are met. Learn more about Cisco's critical human needs and crisis response.
EnergyOps: Reducing Cisco’s energy use and greenhouse gas emissions
EnergyOps, which focuses on reducing our energy use and GHG emissions, is an issue of high importance to our customers, employees, and company leadership.
Social Justice and the hills we climb
Cisco Vice President, Chief Inclusion & Collaboration Officer, Shari Slate, shares how we commemorate Social Justice week.
Circular Economy: Product and packaging design
Circular design is fundamental to our ability to implement a circular economy, both now and into the future. Our circular design strategy spans five focus areas.
More than words: A discussion with Shari Slate, Cisco’s Chief Inclusion and Collaboration Officer
Cisco's Chief Inclusion and Collaboration Officer, Shari Slate, leads a conversation about Cisco’s Social Justice Beliefs and Our Commitment to Action.
Why trust and responsibility are key CSR issues for Cisco
As we evolve in response to emerging customer needs, we’ll continue to connect everything securely, privately, and responsibly.
A purpose that includes everyone: A conversation with Cisco’s SVP of Corporate Affairs Tae Yoo
Cisco's Senior Vice President of Corporate Affairs, Tae Yoo, explains in our latest Impact Report how corporate social responsibility connects to our new purpose to power an Inclusive Future for all.
From a Conscious Culture to an Inclusive Future: A message from EVP and Chief People Officer Francine Katsoudas
Cisco Executive Vice President and Chief People Officer Francine Katsoudas explains in our latest Impact Report how corporate social responsibility connects to Cisco’s commitment to a Conscious Culture.