How to Transform from Linear to Circular Models
Take a closer look at some of the current initiatives focused on a circular economy design and the transformation we’re spearheading both internally and with partners.
Cisco commits to eliminate paper documentation in product shipments by the end of 2021
Today, on World Nature Conservation Day and in support of our commitment to a circular economy, we are excited to announce that Cisco will eliminate all paper documentation included in product shipments by the end of 2021!
Prioritising digitisation will deliver jobs and a sustainable and green economy
Co-Authored by Pastora Valero and Cate Nymann The COVID-19 pandemic has created disruption and massive change at a scale and rate that many never thought was possible. But with change, even under heart-breaking conditions, can live opportunity. As we invest in reigniting growth, this is an opportunity to reinvent ourselves. We therefore welcome the ambitious blueprint […]
We’re making a sustainable business our reality
Cisco is investing heavily in our future as a sustainable business and we are committed to helping our customers and partners meet their own sustainability goals. Learn how:
Creating a Zero Waste Campus at Cisco Raleigh
This Earth Day, Jeff shares how Cisco Raleigh is making moves to become a zero waste campus!
Techno-Conservation: Converging on a Modular Reference Architecture
Techno-Conservation, a new coined term that establishes an intersection between technology and conservation, is also a purpose-led action that strengthen our shared values on how we make a sustainable impact. Cisco's innovation programs, resources and technology aim to combine a multidisciplinary approach in applying technology towards solving the biggest challenges affecting our planet and all its inhabitants, by co-innovating and creating an effective technology that protects our ecosystems and species.
Cisco and innogy Develop Concept for Climate-Neutral Energy Supply
The joint project "SmartQuart" by innogy, the Co-Innovation Center Cisco openBerlin and eight other partners was selected by the Federal Ministry of Economics as one of 20 winners of the...
What’s old is new: Why Cisco wants its products back
Cisco is re-thinking the way we provide products and services to our customers. We want to reuse more of our equipment, so that we recycle less. We can also re-manufacture and refurbish the products we make, so and give them new life with more customers.