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Making Sustainability a Leadership Imperative in the Semiconductor Industry

Along with two experts on sustainability from Mercuri Urval, I have drafted a quick-read White Paper on finding Sustainability Initiative leaders. Below are a few highlights from the white paper with the entire paper available on our Sustainability Initiative website.

Supply Chain Collaboration Key to Making Chip Industry More Sustainable: Takeaways From SEMICON Europa 2022

Coming in the wake of the COP27, the Smart and Green Manufacturing Summit at SEMICON Europa 2022 (Munich, 15-17 November) had a timely focus on the semiconductor industry’s contribution to meeting the United Nations’ target of limiting global warming to 1.5°C above pre-industrial levels.

Samsung Semiconductor Plants Seeds for Sustainable Future

SEMI spoke with Claire HyunJung Seo, Corporate Vice President in the Device Solutions (DS) Corporate Sustainability Management Office at Samsung Electronics ahead of her keynote at the SEMI Smart and Green Manufacturing Summit held last week during SEMICON Europa 2022.

Strengthening the Semiconductor Supply Chain Through Supplier Diversity

SEMI MOD Working Group participants include SEMI member companies and organizations that are diverse-owned or led. The MOD also includes (NGOs and councils that specialize in measuring and certifying diverse-owned and led businesses that serve or could potentially support the chip industry.

Top 10 Reasons to Join New Semiconductor Climate Consortium

To accelerate efforts to reduce the climate impact of the semiconductor value chain, SEMI members from the equipment, materials and service sectors, as well as several device manufacturers are forming the Semiconductor Climate Consortium (SCC).

SEMI Invites Industry Stakeholders to Join New Semiconductor Climate Consortium as Founding Members

SEMI welcomes members to join the Semiconductor Climate Consortium (SCC), a new effort to heighten collaboration and transparency in order to reduce chip industry greenhouse gas emissions.  Companies that commit to membership by October 21, 2022 will receive Founding Member designation.

Semiconductor Sustainability: Edwards Vacuum Strategic Insights

SEMI spoke with Kate Wilson, president of the semiconductor division at Edwards Vacuum, about how her personal dedication to sustainability and Edwards Vacuum’s commitment to green practices such as contributing to the semiconductor manufacturing industry’s reduction of carbon emissions.

The Semiconductor Sustainability Challenge – Accenture Weighs In

Guido D’hert, High Tech and Semiconductor Industry Europe Lead at Accenture, spoke about challenges semiconductor companies face in meeting sustainability goals and how to apply analytics, new green technologies and circular design, sharing during his presentation at ISS Europe in Brussels, Belgium.

Imec Deep Tech Drives Semiconductor Sustainability

Luc Van den hove, president and CEO at imec, spoke on semiconductor sustainability, healthcare trends and deep tech, and their implications for the semiconductor industry, sharing his views ahead of his keynote presentation at SEMI ISS Europe on May 30, 2022, in Brussels, Belgium.

Engaging Employees to Contribute to a Company’s Bold Sustainability Goals

Several SEMI member companies, including Lam Research, have set goals to become net zero by 2050 while others have set aggressive emission and material use reduction targets. Many employees wonder how they fit into sustainability strategies. How can individual contributors make a difference?