Yes. Analysts from socially responsible investment (SRI) firms and other investment-focused organizations regularly report on HP’s sustainability performance. These assessments help us to benchmark our programs and initiatives against other companies and stakeholder expectations so we can continuously improve and raise the bar.

HP is recognized as one of the world’s most sustainable companies. Some of the highlights in 2017 include:

CDP 2017 Climate Change Reports — HP was one of only 25 companies named to CDP’s both 2017 Climate and Water “A” Lists; achieved a spot on 2018 Supplier Engagement leader board.

Based on our 2017 submission, HP once again earned a spot on CDP’s Supplier Engagement leader board – one of just 59 companies out of more than 3,300 assessed globally. This recognizes our work to forge an industry-leading approach to reduce GHG emissions and lower environmental risks in our supply chain. We also joined CDP’s Supply Chain program during the year to encourage greater transparency across our supplier base and support CDP’s efforts to help our suppliers measure and understand their environmental impact.

Dow Jones Sustainability Index — For sixth year in a row, named to the Dow Jones Sustainability World Index, which assesses corporate sustainability performance across economic, environmental, and social factors

World Environment Center Gold Medal Award — Received Gold Medal Award for International Corporate Achievement in Sustainable Development

The Gartner Supply Chain Top 25 — Earned 14th spot on Gartner Supply Chain Top 25 list with perfect 10 for efforts in corporate social responsibility in 2018

EcoVadis — Rated among the top technology companies for corporate social responsibility efforts for 8th consecutive year

  • The Corporate Information Transparency Index, developed by the Institute of Public and Environmental Affairs (IPE) and NRDC, evaluates the environmental practices of global brands' supply chains in China. In 2017, HP ranked seventh of 32 global IT companies and 18th overall, of 267 brands assessed.
  • 2nd in the Development International 2016 ranking of corporate compliance with the California Transparency in Supply Chains Act

For a comprehensive list of HP's Sustainability awards, see