CDP Climate A List

Recognition from CDP's Climate A List

08 Dec: Best Buy makes CDP’s 2021 Climate A List for fifth year

We’re so excited to have been named to CDP’s prestigious Climate A List for the fifth consecutive year, recognition for our continuing work on making a positive impact on the planet and in our communities.

For more than a decade, we have been recognized as a leader by CDP for tackling climate change and accelerating our environmental goals, which we’ve done by creating new sustainability programs that touch every part of our business. This year’s recognition is based on our actions to cut emissions, mitigate climate risks and drive a low-carbon economy.


08 Dec: Best Buy Is A Climate A-Lister

Best Buy has been recognized as a global leader in addressing climate change, securing a spot on the prestigious CDP Climate A List for the second time.

This distinction, awarded Thursday, puts Best Buy among the top 5 percent of companies participating in CDP’s climate change program, which is regarded as the “honor roll” for environmental stewardship. Best Buy is one of only two U.S. retailers named to this year’s list of 120 companies.

Reducing carbon in our operations has been a key focus at Best Buy for nearly a decade.


04 Nov: Best Buy Achieves Coveted CDP Climate Change A List

Best Buy has been awarded a prized position on the CDP Climate A List for our efforts to reduce carbon emissions in the past year.

The commendation puts Best Buy in the top 5 percent of thousands of companies that submit annual emissions data and climate management strategies to CDP (formerly Carbon Disclosure Project).

We are in good company. Other corporate “A Listers” now include sustainability powerhouses and partners such as Apple, Google, LG, Microsoft, Samsung, Sony and Sprint.

The A List designation comes shortly after Best Buy set a new goal to reduce carbon emissions by 45 percent by 2020 and signed the American Business Act Pledge on Climate Change.