Johnson Controls is a global diversified technology and industrial leader in creating products, services and solutions to optimize energy and efficiency of buildings, lead-acid automotive batteries and advanced batteries for hybrid and electric vehicles, and interior systems for automobiles. Johnson Controls serves customers in more than 150 countries and employs 170,000 people.
Johnson Controls contributed to YWCA. YWCA is a member of the Coalition to Stop Gun Violence. The Coalition to Stop Gun Violence states the NRA promotes “insurrectionist ideology” that is “corrosive to the democratic values and institutions that protect the freedoms we enjoy as Americans”. (Coalition To Stop Gun Violence Website, http://csgv.org/about-us/member-organizations/, Accessed 1/27/14) (Coalition To Stop Gun Violence Website, http://csgv.org/issues/, Accessed 1/27/14)
Johnson Controls “acknowledge the scientific consensus that the earth is warming” and believes “that significant action is needed in the short-term to mitigate the causes and begin adapting to the negative impacts of global warming”. Johnson Controls promotes “a comprehensive global climate policy is needed backed by strong national policies, goals, and actions“. Johnson Controls began the national Energy Efficiency Forum, participated in the United Nations Climate Change Conference, and is a member of the Clinton Climate Initiative. (Johnson Controls Position on Energy and Climate Change, www.johnsoncontrols.com, 10/26/2012) (Johnson Controls’ Global Impact, www.johnsoncontrols.com, Accessed 6/3/14)
Johnson Controls received a score of 60 on the Human Rights Campaign’s 2016 Corporate Equality Index. (HRC 2016 Corporate Equality Index, www.hrc.org, Accessed 12/16/15)
No information can be found to indicate advocacy for or against education issues.