HP has a long-standing history of climate action. Our ambitious goals are designed to combat climate change by focusing on GHG emissions, circularity, and forests. We use science-based targets to drive progress across our value chain, consistent with emission levels required to limit global warming to 1.5°C. Our goal is to reach net zero GHG emissions across our value chain by 2040.
Through HP’s five climate action strategic drivers—print and compute as a service, sustainable materials, supply chain decarbonization, energy efficiency, and forest investments—we aim to reduce GHG emissions and resource consumption, drive innovation, and transform our design and business models.
By shifting toward circular design, we are working to increase value for customers while reducing environmental impacts. We invest in reusable, recyclable, and sustainably harvested materials and develop innovative ways to repurpose waste materials.
To catalyze decarbonization within our supply chain, we help suppliers to set and meet their own goals, including science-based targets.
To help reduce deforestation, HP-brand paper and paper-based packaging for home and office printers and supplies, PCs, and displays1 are made from recycled or certified sources. We are going beyond our own sourcing and taking action to protect, manage, and restore forests by addressing every page printed on HP printers. Through the HP Sustainable Forests Collaborative, we are now working to counteract deforestation for the fiber of non-HP paper used in HP printing products and services.
HP has achieved triple “A” scores from CDP for transparency and action on climate, forests, and water security for four consecutive years and has also been recognized as a CDP Supplier Engagement Leader. To drive change within and beyond our industry, we join with other leaders in emissions-reduction efforts and goal setting, including through the Clean Energy Buyers Association, RE100, EV100, Ceres, CDP Supply Chain, and WWF Climate Business Network.
Please find HP’s Climate Action Policy Position at https://h20195.www2.hp.com/V2/GetDocument.aspx?docname=c05320887.
For further information, please see the 2022 HP Sustainable Impact Report at: www.hp.com/go/report.
1 All HP brand paper is derived from certified sources; paper-based packaging for PCs, displays, home and office print, and supplies is reported by suppliers as recycled or certified, with a minimum of 97% by volume verified by HP. Packaging is the box that comes with the product and all paper-based materials inside the box. Packaging for commercial, industrial, and 3D products, scanners, personal systems accessories, and spare parts is not included.