CEOs of the giant companies inviting Trump to stay in the Paris Climate Agreement

The chief executives of 10 US giant companies called on President Donald Trump to keep the USA in the Paris Climate Agreement.

The CEOs of the US based companies, 3M, Morgan Stanley, JPMorgan Chase, Proctor & Gamble, General Electric, Johnson & Johnson, The Dow Chemical Company, Tesla, Citigroup and The Disney Company, issued a call to Donald Trump for continuing to take part in Paris Climate Agreement via advertisements broadcasted in US TV channels and YouTube.

In the commercial, the CEOs of the US based companies are demonstrating their strong support for the United States to remain in the Paris Climate Treaty.  They are calling President Trump that stay in Paris Climate Treaty and have better negotiations to create employment.

According to reports in the US media, Trump was claimed to have begun preparations to withdraw the US from the agreement. Trump, in a message posted on Twitter today, “Paris Treaty in a few days I’ll explain the blur, let’s make the United States big again!”.

Defending global warming as a “deception” during his election campaign, Trump also said he would increase employment in the coal industry which was criticized by environmentalist organizations.

The Paris Climate Agreement, endorsed by the 21st United Nations Climate Change Conference in Paris (COP21) in December 2015, is an agreement reached in April 2016 at the UN Headquarters in New York, including the United States, China and Turkey. The Paris Climate Agreement was signed by more than 190 countries.

Trump’s predecessor, Barack Obama was also a big supporter of the Paris Climate Agreement. The preparation of countries against the adverse effects of climate change, and the support of environmental and sustainable economies that reduce greenhouse gas emissions are among the important articles of the Paris Climate Agreement.

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