Seoul, December 19 LG Electronics announced Monday that it will unveil its Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) vision at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas early next month.
The South Korean company will share its sustainability efforts in the “Good Life for All” zone at CES 2023, which runs from January 5 to 8, and will emphasize sustainable development through recycling and eco-friendly products, Yonhap reported. news agency.
LG’s display will be divided into three sections: for the planet, for people and our commitment, and will feature the top four winners of the Good Life Awards for innovators who are making a positive impact on a better and safer world.
The exhibit offers braille for the visually impaired and is positioned to allow easy access for wheelchair users.
LG plans to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 50 percent from 2017 levels and offer accessibility features to all of its products by 2025.
The company will return to an entirely offline event at next year’s global tech show, a switch from this year’s virtual tour that drew mixed responses from visitors.
At CES 2022, LG unveiled new consumer electronics products, from a 2,000-square-foot eco-friendly indoor gardening device to a dual-filter air purifier made from recycled, recycled or recyclable materials.
Visitors had to scan an image from the kiosk and download a mobile app to view 3D renderings of LG appliances. It was intended to reduce in-person viewing during the COVID-19 pandemic, but some people expressed frustration when downloading the large app, which resulted in a lack of in-person communication.
LG will provide more details about the exhibition later this month.