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David Lear serves as the Vice President of Dell’s sustainability programs, and works to create long-term stakeholder value and opportunities by integrating economic, social, and environmental responsibility into Dell’s core business strategies. His team engages key stakeholders including customers, NGOs, regulators, industry groups, and agencies to collaborate on global policy and standards development. This includes managing strategic giving and community partnerships that demonstrate the enabling power of technology to drive both business and sustainability outcomes.

David joined Dell in 2006 as Director of Product Safety and Environmental Affairs, responsible for the delivery of Dell global product compliance programs. Previously, Lear served in various roles in design and manufacturing in the Test & Measurement industry, where he specialized in the development of product technologies. David holds a BS in Chemistry and Biology from Missouri State University, and a MBA from the University of Indianapolis.

Yours is Designed for the Environment

This has been an exciting month at Dell, not only because we launched some new notebooks, desktops and workstations, but also because we made great progress toward our commitment to become the greenest technology company on the planet. We expanded our ‘Plant a Tree for Me’ program to … READ MORE

David Lear June 28, 2007

National Partnership for Environmental Priorities (NPEP)

Today Dell will become the newest partner in the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) National Partnership for Environmental Priorities (NPEP) program. Members of the company’s environmental affairs and asset recovery teams will formally accept the invitation at the agency’s National Resource Conservation & Recovery Act Division Directors meeting in … READ MORE

David Lear April 18, 2007

Update on EPEAT

Today, members of the Dell team are joining industry colleagues for a Washington, D.C. press conference recognizing the progress of the Electronic Product Environment Assessment Tool (EPEAT) and efforts to increase the supply of EPEAT-registered green computers. Dell helped lead the development of EPEAT in 2006, which is … READ MORE

David Lear March 21, 2007
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