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@15

Teens are obviously important to Best Buy's business. But we also recognize how important they are to our community, to our society, to our world. So we're making the most of the unique relationship we already have with teens, by virtue of who we are as a company and what we do, to listen to them, support them, help provide opportunities for them, when too few others are. Everyone is well aware of the great need teens have for support and opportunities to learn, to contribute and lead, to develop life skills and relate to others. And we often hear too much bad news about illegal activity, drugs, sex and poor school performance. But we believe in teens. Not just because they will someday be adults, but because they have special power to do great things and make the world better. Our mission is to recognize and understand that power. Not direct it, but fuel it. @15 is Best Buy's mission to change the conversation about teens. Vist www.at15.com for more about the @15 program.

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2014-2015 Participation Highlights

Goal for the Year: 3,250,000 lbs of ghgs
Current Total: 0 lbs of ghgs
Percent to Goal: 0%

Questions about your Goal?
If you have questions about setting or changing your goal, please email changetheworld@energystar.gov.

2014-2015 Savings Breakdown

Greenhouse Gas Emissions: 0 lbs
Individuals: 0
Dollars: $0
kWh: 0
BTUs: 0

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2013 Archived Campaign Success

Results for Change the World Campaign 2014-2015
Greenhouse Gas Emissions (lbs.) 0
Dollars $0
kWh 0
BTUs 0
Results for Change the World Campaign 2013-2014
Greenhouse Gas Emissions (lbs.) 0
Dollars $0
kWh 0
BTUs 0
Results for Change the World Campaign 2012-2013
Greenhouse Gas Emissions (lbs.) 8,213
Dollars $633
kWh 4,690
BTUs 8,501,190
Results for Change the World Campaign 2011-2012
Greenhouse Gas Emissions (lbs.) 23,315
Dollars $1,800
kWh 13,195
BTUs 25,503,570
Results for Change the World Campaign 2010-2011
Greenhouse Gas Emissions (lbs.) 526,171
Dollars $40,832
kWh 300,034
BTUs 542,592,348
Results for Change the World Campaign 2009-2010
Greenhouse Gas Emissions (lbs.) 51,957
Dollars $4,560
kWh 29,233
BTUs 59,980,981