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100+ Companies Join Liberal Environmental Group for “Low-Carbon USA” Agreement

More than one hundred companies have signed what is being called the “Low-Carbon USA” agreement to help push the liberal environmental agenda including support for the implementation of the Paris Climate Agreement.

A webpage for the coalition, which has apparently been organized by the environmentalists at Ceres, makes three policy demands for building a so-called “low-carbon economy,” which for Ceres is essentially the implementation of a cap-and-trade or carbon tax system. Most disturbing is the advocacy for continued U.S. participation in the meaningless Paris Climate Agreement.

Several big-name corporations have joined this new alliance, many of which have scorepages in our database that show a liberal track record on environmental issues. Here are a few you’ll probably recognize:

Acer America Corporation                                  

Adobe, Inc.

Annie’s, Inc.

Ben & Jerry’s Homemade, Inc.

DuPont

eBay

Gap Inc.

General Mills, Inc.

Hewlett Packard Enterprise

Hilton

HP Inc.

Ikea North America

Intel Corporation

Johnson & Johnson

Levi Strauss & Co.

Mars Inc.

Pacific Gas & Electric Company

Starbucks Coffee

Staples, Inc.

The North Face

Timberland

Vans

Adidas

NIKE

L’OREAL

Kellogg’s

Unilever

Click here to read the full list of signatories and visit 2ndVote’s company database to view companies with a stand on environmental issues.