The seemingly mundane electronics you use every day - your stove, dishwasher, TV and much more - have a cumulative effect on the climate, says Best Buy's director of environmental affairs Tim Dunn. He shares how the company is helping people reduce their carbon impact through energy-efficient products, considering the full lifecycle of everything they sell and designing for circularity - as well as their commitment to get to net-zero by 2040.
In the Green is a TED series featuring senior leaders from around the business world sharing important lessons about carbon emissions reduction that can be applied to workplaces everywhere. Presented by TED Countdown (countdown.ted.com) and The Climate Pledge (theclimatepledge.com). Visit go.ted.com/inthegreen for more.
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