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After Trump Spurns Paris Accords, Coca-Cola Renews Commitment To Green Policies

June 9, 2017: 12:00 AM EST
Coca-Cola was one of several Atlanta, Ga.-based companies that announced renewed commitment to their energy efficiency and greenhouse gas reduction policies in the wake of President Trump’s spurning of the 2015 Paris accord in early June. Trump ignored a strongly worded letter signed by 30 CEOs and published in The Wall Street Journal on May 10 that urged the president not to reject the Paris agreement. The letter said dropping out of the pact would create “strong potential for negative trade implications.” Signers included James Quincey of Coca-Cola, and top executives of General Electric, HomeDepot, Delta Airlines, and others. [ James Quincey, image credit: © Coca-Cola Company  ]
Maria Saporta and Dave Williams, "Atlanta companies double down on clean energy following Trump announcement", Atlanta Business Chronicle, June 09, 2017, © American City Business Journals
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