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Cisco Green

April 22, 2009

At Cisco, we're committed to helping people work, live, play, and learn in an environmentally-friendly way. We are reducing our own carbon footprint, engaging customers, partners and employees in efforts to manage our impact on the environment and developing IT solutions to help address climate change. Our vision is to use technology to transform the way the world responds to its environmental challenges. If we are innovative and collaborative in our approach, we have a unique opportunity to help society live in an environmentally sustainable way.


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Nobel Laureate Al Gore and Cisco CEO John Chambers Host Virtual Discussion on Climate Change and Technology Innovation
Al Gore, John Chambers and Sue Bostrom will come together in a virtual unified communications environment before a live audience of technology leaders to examine the critical role that innovation can play in mitigating climate change.

Forrester Research on Conferencing and Collaboration for Your Company's Green Initiative
Forrester analyst, Christopher Mines, discusses the role of collaborative technologies in assisting with environmental sustainability initiatives.

20-Feb 2008
Technology, Innovation and Climate Change
John Chambers, Cisco Chairman and CEO, delivers a keynote presentation discussing the role of the network and technology in managing climate and green challenges.


Ecolibrium Blog: Shared Learning Towards an Economically and Ecologically Viable Future

The Platform: The Official Cisco Blog - Opinions and Insights from Cisco

The Green Revolution

VIDEO: Interop: Cisco Switches First to Receive "Certified Green" Designation from Miercom

VIDEO: Cisco "Bike to Work" Day 2008

VIDEO: Laura Ipsen, Eco-Board Co-Chair, Talks Earth Day and Green

Gore on Green: "Business leaders are way ahead of political leaders"

VIDEO: Take a Tour of Cisco's Green "Bus of the Future"


One Million Acts of Green: Canadians embrace program from Cisco and the CBC
On October 21, Cisco and the CBC launched One Million Acts of Green, a campaign challenging Canadians to commit one million acts of green. This video showcases the program, participation, and results.

Cisco Senior VP Laura Ipsen discusses how partnership with SAS helps support Cisco's sustainability initiatives.

Cisco Connected Bus Helps Environment: How ICT Plays a Role
Mayor Newsom shares how information communications technology can help reduce the global carbon footprint, and points to the Cisco Connected Bus as an innovative advancement that supports this effort.


Cisco, NASA to Track Climate
Simon Willis, Vice President of Cisco's Internet Business Solutions Group, Public Sector, discusses the Cisco-NASA joint Planetary Skin program to develop a global climate change monitoring system.

Cisco's Green Vision: Laura Ipsen, SVP of global public policy and government affairs and co-chair of Cisco's Eco-board
Laura Ipsen, SVP of global public policy and government affairs and co-chair of Cisco's Eco-board discusses the company's collaborative and innovative efforts to reduce the tech industry's carbon footprint and provide the necessary tools for others to do the same.

Sustainable Technology
Mark Showers, CIO of Monsanto, discusses the company's value on their technology to reduce natural resource input by one third while doubling production.

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