Obama Gets More Than 80 Leading US Companies to Agree to Act on Climate Change

News ThumbnailYesterday (Oct. 19) President Barak Obama announced that 81 of the U.S.’s leading companies have signed onto the 
American Business Act on Climate pledge. The companies from Alcoa to GE, GM, International Paper, McDonald’s, Xerox and a host of other companies from a wide range of industries agreed to reduce emissions, increase low-carbon investments, use more clean energy and take other actions on climate change. The pledge helps align the U.S. to take action in the upcoming international climate discussions in Paris.

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