greenhouse gas emissions
Net zero methodology: Yes it is complicated, but worth doing thoroughly
Cisco is establishing a net zero methodology where the estimated GHG emissions from the use of our sold products can be reliably calculated.
Working from home — unlimited snacks, but is it good for the environment?
The environmental benefits of working from home are more difficult to calculate than it might first appear. This Earth Day we take a look at why.
Electric Vehicle Charging Sparks Cisco Employees to Reduce Carbon Footprint
James Lynch’s Nissan Leaf bolts down a shady street in San Jose, California, hardly making a noise as it zips between lanes at 40 miles per hour. With the quick flick of the transmission and a forceful press of a foot, the powder-blue car jumps ahead on the smooth pavement with the force of a […]
Cisco Takes Holistic Approach to Reducing Energy Use and Costs
Cisco’s EnergyOps team is tasked with reducing energy consumption and increasing energy efficiency at our offices, labs, and data centers worldwide. Cisco’s labs are our largest consumer of energy and although we are putting a lot of effort into improving the efficiency of those environments, we’re finding great success in taking a more holistic approach […]
Cisco Announces New Greenhouse Gas Reduction Goals
In our fiscal year 2012, which ended in July, Cisco completed and met our latest greenhouse gas (GHG) reduction goal. To recap our past goals: September 2006: Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) commitment to reduce GHG emissions from all Cisco business air travel worldwide by 10% absolute (FY06 baseline). This goal was met in 2009. June […]