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MT87: How technology can reduce costs, minimize
environmental impact, and maximize social impact
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Dell before today:
Doing the most good for people and the planet
• Bringing sustainability and social
responsibility tog...
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How many of you:
1. Have you ever heard of Net Positive?
2. Does your organization have any social or environmental goal...
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Creating net positive outcomes
Technologyhas always come with a promise – of advancement, of fulfillment of hopes and dr...
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Panelists
Tim Fleming
Director, Sustainability Operations, AT&T
Tim Mohin
Senior Director of Corporate
Responsibility, A...
Questions?
For more information:
1. Contact John.Pflueger@Dell.com
2. Visit us at the CSR booth in the Expo
3. Learn more ...
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MT87 How technology can reduce costs, minimize environmental impact, and maximize social impact

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Leading businesses are looking for ways to understand how technology can create greater benefits for society, not just for shareholders. The Net Positive movement is bringing together organizations from a variety of industries to determine what kind of impact technology solutions have in the areas of distance learning, electronic medical records, telemedicine, and telecommuting. Come to this session to learn how your business can use technology to create economic, environmental, and social value.

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MT87 How technology can reduce costs, minimize environmental impact, and maximize social impact

  1. 1. MT87: How technology can reduce costs, minimize environmental impact, and maximize social impact
  2. 2. 2 Dell before today: Doing the most good for people and the planet • Bringing sustainability and social responsibility together with our business objectives to benefit customers, communities and the environment. • Taking a lifecycle approach to product development, ensuring sustainability from design to recycling and everything in between. • 2020 Legacy of Good goals built around what’s material; our vision of IT driving net positive results that are 10x the size of IT’s footprint. Putting our technology and expertise to work where they can do the most good for people and the planet.
  3. 3. 3 How many of you: 1. Have you ever heard of Net Positive? 2. Does your organization have any social or environmental goals, or offer any products or services that create positive environmental outcomes? 3. How many of you are here because you are personally interested in sustainability?
  4. 4. 4 Creating net positive outcomes Technologyhas always come with a promise – of advancement, of fulfillment of hopes and dreams, of bettermentforeveryone it touches.Doing “less bad” is no longer a high enough bar for us to hold ourselves to. We must reach higher, act bigger,and do so in concert with our customers and partners. Technologygives us a way to create the net positive social and environmental outcomes that truly build a Legacy of Good.We were part of the founding group for the Net Positive Projectand we will continue to push for widespread adoptionof the concept. • A critical mass of companies having executed net positive initiatives that are deliver benefits to the environment and society. • A multitude of organizations making new, publicly accountable, net positive commitments. • Wide recognition of net positive in the corporate lexicon. In five years’ time, the Net Positive Projectenvisions:
  5. 5. 5 Panelists Tim Fleming Director, Sustainability Operations, AT&T Tim Mohin Senior Director of Corporate Responsibility, AMD Dan O’Neill Sustainability Solutions Manager, Arizona State University John Pflueger Principal Environmental Strategist, Dell
  6. 6. Questions? For more information: 1. Contact John.Pflueger@Dell.com 2. Visit us at the CSR booth in the Expo 3. Learn more at www.dell.com/2020

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