Climate Change Card

22 Jan: Best Buy named to top tier of companies fighting climate change

Best Buy’s environmental report card is out – and we’re at the top of the class when it comes to tackling climate change.

It’s a big deal for us because CDP (formerly known as the Carbon Disclosure Project) is the global authority on environmental issues, including climate change.

This is the third time CDP has recognized Best Buy as an environmental leader on the Climate A List. The distinction puts Best Buy among the top 5 percent of companies participating in CDP’s climate change program.

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27 Oct: Best Buy Retains Leadership CDP Score

Best Buy is proud to be recognized by CDP for our climate management strategies and carbon emission reduction.

Our 2016 A- score demonstrates an ongoing commitment to reducing emissions in our operations and sourcing renewable energy, as well as helping our customers lead more sustainable lives. We are among the highest scoring U.S. retailers.

Best Buy has been working to reduce carbon emissions since setting our first carbon goal in 2009. After exceeding our 20 percent reduction goal in 2014, we set a new goal to reduce carbon emissions by 45 percent by 2020.


16 Nov: Perfect Marks For Carbon Efforts! We’re Hanging This Award on the Fridge

I’m especially proud to work at Best Buy because today we join an elite group of S&P 500 companies recognized by CDP for leadership in carbon reduction and disclosure.

CDP released its S&P 500 Annual Report, including the Carbon Disclosure Leadership Index, in which Best Buy received the maximum score of 100. Adding to our “A” designation for our carbon reduction program, Best Buy achieved a perfect score.

The report also features Best Buy as a leader in the retail sector, including this comment from Public Affairs & Sustainability Vice President Laura Bishop: “Best Buy is committed to sustaining our planet and our communities.


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.