Actual televisions do not emit carbon. However, they of course require energy and resources to run…. that is why the use of televisions ulimately releases carbon into the atmosphere.
There is no evidence that televisions themselves release carbon into the atmosphere, however they do so indirectly. Televisions, like all electronics, use energy in the form of electricity. This energy has to come from somewhere. Often it is from a fossil fuel burning power plant which will release plenty of carbon into the atmosphere. Interestingly there are a few television sets coming to the market with a carbon footprint verification. It indicates the actual carbon footprint of the television from its manufacturing, transport, purchasing, life usage, and recycling.
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